Why does my I-Series stop at a blue screen giving me a choice to factory restore or start windows 10?

If your I-Series device stops at a blue screen giving you an option to Start Windows 10 or Factory Restore and seemingly never go further unless a selection is made, please follow the directions below.
 

How To Change Boot Menu Timeout In Windows 10

To change the boot menu timeout in Windows 10, do the following.

Once in Windows, press Win + R keys together on the keyboard. The Run dialog will appear on the screen. Type the following into the text box and press Enter:

SystemPropertiesAdvanced

System Properties Advanced In The Run Dialog

Advanced System Properties will open. Press the Settings button in the Startup and Recovery section on the Advanced tab.

Windows 10 Advanced System Properties
Change the Time to display list of operating systems option to the desired value (we recommend one second):

Windows 10 Change Boot Timeout GUI

Another Method:
If having trouble with the instructions above, you can use the built-in msconfig tool to change the boot timeout. Press Win + R and type msconfig in the Run box
.

On the boot tab, configure the Timeout option. Then tick the check box Make all boot settings permanent.Windows 10 Change Boot Timeout Msconfig
Click the Apply and OK buttons and you are done.

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