Recently I had a PBSOD (pale blue screen of death) crash with one of my Windows 10 systems, and kept getting crashes within minutes every time after rebooting the system.
Somewhat annoyingly, starting with Windows 8 Microsoft removed the old boot menu options that we were used to with Windows 7 and previous versions. Run a search like this to see the complaints about this from the Windows user community.
It’s not a bad idea to modify the Windows boot settings in order to get back the capabilities of the old boot-time settings:
As good an explanation for doing so, in easy steps, can be found in this article at How-To Geek and I recommend that you do it on your systems too, in advance of being caught out.
For reasons best known to Microsoft, you cannot make this happen with Windows 10 Home edition. They really do make some weird decisions.