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When would you configure PXE?

A) You want to increase the speed of your CPU

B) You want to boot from the network

C) You want to enable wireless encryption

D) You want to store data offsite

E) You need to make a pie from scratch

The answer: B) You want to boot from the network

The Preboot eXecution Environment, or PXE, is useful for computers that don’t want to boot from any local media. With PXE (pronounced “pixie”), a special server is configured on the network that contains the boot software. In environments with diskless workstations, this PXE process is important!

Want to know more? Watch “Boot Options.”

Even before Windows starts, there are many options during the boot process. In this video module, you’ll learn how to configure the BIOS, use Safe Mode, and repair your computer with system recovery disks and the Windows Recovery Console.