What Is Trusted Boot?
The Windows operating system has many features to help protect you from malware. When you run Windows 8.1 and Windows 10 on a PC that supports Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI), Trusted Boot protects your PC from malware from the moment you power on your PC until your anti-malware starts.
Trusted Boot takes over once the OS begins to load. This system checks the OS kernel and all other OS components, such as drivers, start-up files, Early Launch Anti-Malware and all other Windows components, to see if any has been modified. If it finds that a component has been modified, it will refuse to load that component. Windows has an automatic repair feature that will then run in the background and attempt to repair the damaged or modified component.
What Is Secure Boot?
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