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BIOS or UEFI are terms that are familiar to those who love technology (especially computers), but maybe even those of you who rarely use computers, I believe I have heard about them. that a few times already.

Simply put, this is the name of the two most common computer standards today, its effect supports "awakening" each component and check whether these components are still active or not. It then passes the control task back to the operating system.

Newer computers will often use the UEFI standard, but people still call it the BIOS. And when it comes to BIOS, it is impossible not to mention a very important indicator which is Last BIOS Time.

So, what is Last BIOS Time on Windows 10? Only if this Last BIOS Time is too low or too high, is it okay? Or is this index equal to 0? All these questions will be answered in detail in this article, if you are interested, let's get started!

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#first. What is Last BIOS Time on Windows 10?

Last BIOS Time is the amount of time (in seconds) that UEFI firmware uses to determine and initialize hardware devices, and runs Power on Self Test (POST) before booting into the operating system you have installed. installation, in particular here is Windows 10.

Every PC has a completely different Last BIOS Time index, nothing like it, and fortunately Windows 10 supports us to see this index in a very simple way.

Viewing is extremely easy: You just need to right click on the Taskbar => and then select Task Manager. Or use the key combination Ctrl + Shift + ESC to open Task Manager on Windows 10.

Then switch to tab Start-up - where it manages programs that start with Windows => and immediately you'll see the line Last BIOS Time that I circled in red on the right.

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As you can see, the index Last BIOS Time his is 0.0 Seconds This is not a very fast boot time, or it is not because of my faulty Windows 10 operating system.

It is because the firmware of the motherboard is not provided for Windows to display, or simply does not support it. I see older laptops often have this error when installing Windows 10, but that's okay.

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#2. How to reduce the Last BIOS Time index on Windows 10

This indicator only affects the boot time of the computer, but it does not affect the use of your computer.

So the higher the Last BIOS Time, the longer the boot process will be, that's all.

And also very rarely this index exceeds the level 30 seconds until 1 minute, more than 20 seconds is a lot already, my friends, I have not encountered a case of Last BIOS Time over 30 seconds.

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If this index of your computer is high, then just a few small tweaks in the motherboard's BIOS settings can be significantly reduced then. Some typical settings can be listed as:

  • Turn on Quick Boot - FastBoot if supported.
  • Turn off or reduce the time it takes to display the company's boot logo (Asus, MSI, Gigabyte, etc.) to the lowest possible level, to reduce boot time.
  • Put the non-Windows hard drive at the top of the list of Boot devices, and delete unused devices such as optical drives, etc. to speed up Boot.
  • Turn off Wake On Lan If there is no need to use.
  • Turn off unwanted steps during POST (Power-On Self-Test) hardware testing at startup, such as checking RAM, VGA, CPU, etc.
  • Turn off ports that you do not use (for example: PS / 2, FireWire, USB, etc.) to reduce check-in time when booting.
  • Update, upgrade the motherboard BIOS to the latest version, this should be considered because just an error you will damage the motherboard or worse your motherboard.

Please apply all of the above if possible Reduce Last BIOS Time on Windows 10, help speed up the computer's boot.

# 3. Epilogue

So you and I just finished learning about What is the Last BIOS Time indicator on Windows 10 Okay, at the same time I have come up with a few solutions to improve this index on Windows 10 already.

The above methods are just synthesized and collected, not all, so if you know any other way, do not forget to comment below this article to share for you to know!

Hope this article will be helpful for you. Good luck !

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