In September we published an article here on the blog that talked about the supposed formatting lock that some Lenovo Notebooks had and that prevented Linux, or any other system (even Windows) that was different from Windows 10, from being installed. well, it seems that the problem has been resolved.
In September we publish an article here on the blog talked about the supposed lock for formatting that some Notebooks from Lenovo had and that prevented Linux, or any other system (even Windows) other than Windows 10 from being installed, well, it seems that the problem has been resolved.
This event caused a great deal of criticism against Lenovo, both of those who would like to install Linux on their computers, and who would like to install another version of Windows, at the time I made a video explaining the case more calmly and had suggested that after the In this case, the best solution was to release an alternate version of the BIOS that would release the function needed for a format.
And as expected, Lenovo made a new version of the BIOS available for the Yoga Notebooks that were affected by the lock, so anyone who wants to install Linux on their computers can do so by simply updating the BIOS first and there will be no problems.
Lenovo has denied that it has partnered with Microsoft for Linux not to be installed, and that the goal would be different, although it was not commenting (I talked about it on video), I still believe the reason I gave more plausible .
At least now users have the alternative, actually?
See you next time!
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