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When you turn on your computer, the BIOS activates the hardware and enables the interaction of the operating system and the hardware and hardware.
The BIOS stores the information about your boot devices, boot sequence whether you are booting from the harddrive, network or flash drive.
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The acronyms BIOS, CMOS and NVRAM, they are often used interchangeable to mean the same thing while they are different.
The NVRAM is an acronym for Non-Volatile Random Access Memory is memory where extended system configuration data is stored. Unlike other software the BIOS update is not automatic. Updating your BIOS can help fix a number of issues for example when Dell issued a BIOS update in this Gizmodo story and other issues like laptop battery problems.
Windows will bring up the system information and your BIOS information and version will be shown as on the screen shot below.
If you are using windows 8 or 8.1 to check your check your BIOS version, right click on start button and select run.
You first need to check which version of the BIOS your computer is running, in that way you can see if there is a newer version available for your model.
Also note installing the wrong BIOS firmware can cause your Operating System to not function.
Alternatively press the windows key on your keyboard and R you should get the run box.