Your current BIOS version will be listed under “BIOS Version/Date”.
Now you can download your motherboard’s latest BIOS update and update utility from the manufacturer’s website.
Upon restart, enter the BIOS again using the method above.
The simplest way to update a BIOS is via USB, and today in the Ge Force Garage we'll show you how. To update your BIOS, first check your currently installed BIOS version.
It’s easy to determine your currently installed BIOS.
These are lower level software that starts when you turn on your PC. But, It can be essential when severe vulnerabilities like Meltdown and Spectre comes to light. You may have a question “How can I check the BIOS version? Some manufacturers provide a native desktop application to update the BIOS/UEFI firmware. But, This facility is not available for all motherboards. It means you can update firmware using internet directly from the UEFI panel. In that case, You will have to download the latest firmware to your hard drive or removable drive. In most cases, The button can be DEL, ESC, F12, F2, etc. You look for something like Flash Utility, BIOS Updater, etc. If you want to upgrade from local storage, you should make sure that you already have downloaded the latest firmware from the mainboard manufacturer website. After that, you can reinstall windows or take other steps to overcome the situation. You should be 100% sure that you are downloading the appropriate software.
On the other hand, UEFI is the newcomer and available on all modern PCs. However, If you see that your computers BIOS is not up to date, you may think of upgrading it. But, You should check on your motherboard’s manufacturer website for more details. During PC Boot up, you should see a small text on the screen indicating which button to press to enter the UEFI BIOS. If you do anything wrong, it may bring permanent damage to your system. You should not try to cancel the update process once started. You also should be careful when you are downloading the firmware.