Tired of using your home computer that takes a long to boot up? Don’t worry, it’s time to say hello to a new technology which scientists claim will reduce the start-up times drastically.
With the 25-year-old BIOS (Basic Input/Output System) technology making way for new start-up software known as UEFI, the next generation of computers are set to boot up in just a few seconds, experts said.
The traditional BIOS technology, which has been used to boot up computers since 1979, was never designed to last as long as it has, and is one of the reasons modern computers take so long to get up and running. By contrast, UEFI — which stands for Unified Extensible Firmware Interface — has been built to meet modern computing needs, and will soon be the preeminent technology in many new computers, enabling them to go from “off” to “on” in sec

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