What Is Bios
Bios is Basic Input Output System. The BIOS also contains instructions that the PC uses to perform basic instructions, such as whether to Boot from Network or Hard drive, which drive to Boot from first. the BIOS is software that is contained on a small memory chip on the PC's Motherboard, typically referred to as the CMOS (Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor). It acts as an interface between the computer's hardware and its operating system, e.g. Windows, allowing the software to control the PC's hardware. Also know as System Setup or bios setup.