Tagged: UEFI

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Fedora 27 new features: more modular than ever

Although Fedora 26 has been recently released, the next release, Fedora 27, is currently scheduled for November. Fedora 26 has been delayed many times hence the release of Fedora 27 seems to be early on the...

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BIOS and UEFI explained, all you need to know about

BIOS and UEFI are two of a kind, but completely different from each other. They serve one major purpose: booting the machine and they do it in different ways and with different options. Without them, all...

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How to install Fedora 23 in 10 easy steps

One year since Fedora 21 and about six months after version 22, so here comes Fedora 23 with a bunch of new exciting features! But before tasting the freshness of one of the most up-to-date distributions…...

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Fedora 23 changes (now with GNOME 3.18)

Fedora 23 is the next in line for release this month, after OpenStack Liberty, Ubuntu 15.10 here comes the next release of Red Hat’s “desktop” distribution.

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Linux 4.2 will enable you to update your firmware

After the jump from 3.19 to 4.0 this year, after the not-so-exciting 4.1 version that introduced EXT4 encryption thanks to Google, the penguin is approaching version 4.2. With that said, this release might be closer than...

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Disks, partitions and file systems: a complete guide

Storage is one of the fundamentals of the modern Information Technology. We use the word storage to describe persistent data storing, something that doesn’t disappear in case of a power shortage.

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Windows 10 might force Secure Boot upon you

If you are an average-level user you probably haven’t heard of Secure Boot and you’re probably reading this page through a Windows-powered PC. Chances are however that you are above average and you know exactly what...