1. Hardware requirements: a smart socket that can be powered on remotely.
2. Enter the BIOS interface and set the computer to start automatically after power on, and then the remote startup function can be accomplished.
Restart your computer: BIOS settings control most basic functions of the system, so you must restart your computer and enter BIOS settings before Windows loads.
Enter the BIOS of the motherboard: Once the computer is turned on, repeatedly tap the "Del", "F2", "F10" or "F12" button to enter the BIOS of the motherboard.
Note: There are many motherboard manufacturers in the market, if the above keys are invalid, you can consult the relevant motherboard manufacturers.
Turn on the power-on function: Enter the "Power Management Setup", find the "AC Recovery" option, and change the value to "On".
Note: This option can also be called "AC Power Recovery", "After Power Loss", "AC BACK" or "Restore AC Power Loss", etc.
Take Lenovo motherboard as an example: Enter "Power" --> "After Power Loss" and set the value to "Power On".
Take Dell motherboard as an example: Enter "Power Management Setup" --> "AC Recovery" and set the value to "On".
Take ASUS motherboard as an example: Enter "Advanced" --> "APM Configuration" --> "Restore AC Power Loss" and set the value to "Power On".