Updating bios benefit
Intel designed the technology to speed up hard disk drives, but you can use RST to accelerate solid-state drives as well (more on the following page).
You can only accelerate one drive at a time, and even though Intel doesn't officially support it, it can be a secondary drive.
In other words, if the BIOS update program supplied only works from within Windows, you'll have to stick to Method 1.
A much easier way to check the BIOS version running on your computer's motherboard is via a program called Microsoft System Information.
Funnily enough, if you go to the Moto G4's Amazon India landing page right now, you'll find the same exact infographic - just without the mention of an upgrade to O.
And if you look at in this screen recording of the Amazon India Moto G4 page when the phone was brand new, you'll see the exact same wording in a different format.
The "traditional" way to check the BIOS version on a computer is to watch for the version notation that appears on the screen during the POST as your computer starts to boot.
Here's how to do it: frustrating restarting your computer over and over if you keep missing the BIOS version notation.
The main piece of evidence that ignited this fire was the screenshot you see at the top, in which Motorola claims the following: "Moto Pure phones like the Moto G4 Plus will get upgraded to Android operation system versions N and O." That screenshot is part of a larger infographic, which you can see below on the left.
No need to actually update anything, so skip those later steps in whatever instructions are provided.
Note: This method works when your computer isn't starting properly if the BIOS update tool for your motherboard is bootable.
But lately, the company has been more focused on releasing as many models as possible than living up to promises. More updates, less needless superscripts in product names.
it co-developed with Micron tp serve as a middle ground between an SSD and DRAM.