Want to boot to UEFI mode?

I’m told that Windows can reboot to UEFI mode. I have no idea if it can or not. If you want to reboot to UEFI mode on Linux, it’s really simple.

Open up your terminal, usually with CTRL + ALT + T, and enter this:

systemctl --firmware-setup reboot

You will, of course, need sudo for that.

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