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Microsoft announces Project Mu, an open-source release of the UEFI core

Thursday December 20, 2018. 12:41 PM , from BetaNews
Microsoft has a new open source project -- Project Mu. This is the company's open-source release of the Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI) core which is currently used by Surface devices and Hyper-V. With the project, Microsoft hopes to make it easier to build scalable and serviceable firmware, and it embraces the idea of Firmware as a Service (FaaS). This allows for fast and efficient updating of firmware after release, with both security patches and performance-enhancing updates. See also: Microsoft issues emergency patch to fix serious Internet Explorer zero-day vulnerability Microsoft has made a free Office app for Windows 10… [Continue Reading]
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