said by rexbinary:
UEFI does not equal secure boot, and you are referring to an interface, not secure boot. Regardless if it's graphics or text, secure boot is a shackle as long as Microsoft holds the keys.
I don't have to turn it on since I built my own, but people that don't or can't build there own will have it on by default. That's the issue.
That's the crux of the issue... there are valid reasons to suspicious of secure boot, but we should be afraid of the real reasons not a lot of the FUD surrounding it.--
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