Please go through the technology advance in boot up of computers. New always replaces old.
New computers will ‘boot up in seconds’
Wave goodbye to BIOS, say hello to UEFI, a new technology that will
drastically reduce start-up times.
The next generation of home computers will be able to boot up in just a few
seconds, as 25-year-old BIOS technology makes way for new start-up software
known as UEFI.
By contrast, UEFI – which stands for Unified Extensible Firmware Interface –
has been built to meet modern computing needs, and will soon be the
pre-eminent technology in many new computers, enabling them to go from ‘off’
to ‘on’ in seconds.
UEFI is a more adaptable system, that can cope with keyboards and peripherals
being connected to different ports, and which could also be used to support
the next-generation of touch-screens and natural gesture interfaces.
Many consumer electronics companies are working hard to reduce the boot times
of their machines, a factor that is particularly important with mobile
devices and tablet computers. Google’s
forthcoming Chrome OS has a rumoured boot time of just a few seconds.