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Answers in Technology | By IncstedibleMrE1

Published 7 months agoTue, 19 Mar 2019 22:02:06 -0700

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I'm stuck on this problem right now. I need to know the difference between UEFI and BIOS. Can anyone explain this to me?

Download more RAM. 🐏 ⨉ 0 Posted by IncstedibleMrE1 7 months ago 🕓 Posted at 19 March, 2019 22:02 PM PDT
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Short version -> UEFI is the new version of what is called a BIOS. Overly simplified explanation: The idea of a BIOS is most applicable on the Intel compatible computers that run Windows OS (or Linux). a BIOS is low level software interaction between an operating system and the computer hardware. A bios is what a computer boots to, then the operating system is loaded. You see a BIOS screen when the computer is first turned on. UEFI is replacing the BIOS and newer computers. A newer computer may have UEFI.

Download more RAM. 🐏 ⨉ 0 Posted by -alxl_ 7 months ago 🕓 Posted at 30 March, 2019 14:33 PM PDT

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