Delivering a secure and fast boot experience with uefi
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Delivering a secure and fast boot experience with uefi Delivering a secure and fast boot experience with uefi Presentation Transcript

  • Improving the bootexperience
  • Service & App POST OS Initialization Initialization Service &POST App Init
  • Post with highest supported Seamless single graphicsnative resolution transition from firmware to Clean, high-resolution branding native OS driver elements persist through OS boot OEM OEM Logo Logo Device POST Hiber Resume Explorer Init. Init. 2s 4s 6s 7s
  • Enhancing security
  • POST Windows Logon Early Launch Firmware BootMgr Boot Critical NTOS Kernel Anti-malware OK? OK? Drivers OK? OK? (ELAM) Last Resort Secure Boot UEFI Remediation / Factory Reset Recovery? Recovery Enterprise PXE External media Contact SupportFirmware Last Resort Reboot
  • Design guidance
  • Windows OS BIOS UEFI Win32/NT APIs UEFI OS Loader OS Loader ACPI Driver UEFI Runtime Services Compatibility Support Module (CSM) ACPI ACPI Legacy BIOS ACPI BIOS Registers Tables Platform Specific UEFI FirmwareFirmware System Hardware
  • Interface Legacy BIOS UEFI Architecture x86 / X64 only Agnostic Mode 16 bit (real mode) 32/64 bit Boot Partition MBR (2.2 TB limit) GPT (9.4 ZB* limit) Runtime Services No Yes Driver model No Yes POST Graphics VGA Graphical Output Protocol (GOP)* A zettabyte is equal to 1B terabytes. The total amount of global data was expected to pass 1.2 ZB sometime during 2010.
  • Recap
  • http://forums.dev.windows.comhttp://bldw.in/SessionFeedback
  • http://www.uefi.org/http://www.trustedcomputinggroup.org/ http://www.tianocore.sourceforge.net http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/hardware/gg463149 http://msdn.microsoft.com/ http://www.intel.com/intelpress/sum_efi.htm
  • BACKUP
  • 38.2% from top to middle of logo Max 40% Max 40%This space reserved for OS