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Updating one of the oldest parts of a desktop computer could help shorten start-up times to mere seconds. The upgrade will do away with the 25-year-old PC start-up software known as BIOS that helps the operating system get going. The code was not intended to last this long, which is the reason modern PCs still take so long to start up. BIOS' replacement, UEFI, will replace the ancient software in new PCs by 2011. The acronym stands for Unified Extensible Firmware Interface and is designed...
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