Even if you’ve never heard the term BIOS before, you’re probably familiar with what it does. BIOS is a small software program that is the first code to run when you start your computer. It’s responsible for initializing hardware, boosting operating systems, and it functions as the basic input/output system on the motherboard of a PC. But there’s a new technology on the horizon called Universal Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI) which is an up-and-coming competitor to the outdated BIOS. Tune in to this podcast to learn about what UEFI is, what it does that make it superior to BIOS, and why it will eventually become a new norm for PCs!
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