Originally Posted by Sunny Sahota
here are a few key differences to using the UEFI over the BIOS;
* Ability to boot from large disks (over 2TB)
* Faster boot-up (supposedly)
* CPU-independent architecture
* CPU-independent drivers
* Flexible pre-OS environment, including networking support
* Modular design
I didnt get the cpu independent options and the modular designs. How do you mean? How did the CPU depend on the previous BIOS?
Originally Posted by cavallino
The boot time is definitely faster my media pc has uefi and between that and an ssd it's pretty much instant on.
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You mean a mechanical drive on uefi boots as quick as an SSD with BIOS? So would an SSD on UEFI boot that much better or will there be no improvement on booting an SSD on UEFI?