the internet premier BIOS Upgrades center!
BIOS, the basic input/output system, is a piece of software built into the PC motherboard, which gets executed at bootup. The BIOS initializes the hardware and then starts the operating system. (Windows, Linux). Extensible Firmware Interface (EFI), the successor of BIOS, resolves many PC BIOS limitations and is rapidly becoming more widely used.
BIOS Updates can provide your PC with improved Windows (7, 8, Vista, XP) support, improved PC stability, newer CPU support, faster speeds and more. We have bios updates for all major pc / motherboard manufacturers!
Wim's BIOS is the internet premier source for finding (EFI) BIOS Upgrades. Started in 1996, the site hosts a lot of unique content on how to find the correct BIOS updates and general information about your PC's (EFI) BIOS.
To quickly get started try to search for your bios update manually. You can also use the menu at the top to navigate through the site!
We have bios update information about all major BIOS manufacturers: Award BIOS, Phoenix BIOS and AMI (American Megatrends) BIOS!
Wim's BIOS also features an extensive list of motherboard manufacturers, together with detailed instructions on how to identify motherboards.
A FAQ section complements the site for the 'newbies' in the world of BIOSes and motherboards.
Wim's BIOS also has an active (efi) bios forum where our visitors can ask any BIOS upgrade related question.
We also offer BIOS mods - these BIOSes have been enhanced to provide additional features (eg. widescreen support).
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(Examples: how to update your BIOS, how to identify your motherboard)