By definition, the Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI) is an interface between the operating system and platform firmware.
The interface includes data tables of platform related information, boot services and runtime services handled normally by the operating system and its loader.
UEFI provides features for booting the operating system and running pre-boot applications.
Currently Intel® wireless adapters do not support UEFI.
For more information on EFI and UEFI, please refer to:
EFI and UEFI
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