|reply to Lagz |
Re: Windows 8 is blocking Linux-based recovery environments
said by Lagz:Yes, indeed: As it was cited:
Windows 8 DRM working as intended!
Secure Boot is a new anti-rootkit feature introduced with Windows 8, which is designed to prevent the PC from booting an unrecognised operating system.
Everything that's not Windows 8 is an "unrecognized" (or "unauthorized", if you want it this way) OS and, by design, should not be allowed to boot on that PC... Perhaps a good way to re-gain PC market from the perspective of the company that pushed that design on users...
Keep it simple, it'll become complex by itself...