Updating system bios
If you bought a computer from Dell, HP, etc, you normally just have to download an EXE file and run it to flash the BIOS.
On the other hand, we have previously covered why you shouldn’t generally update your hardware drivers, although gamers will definitely want to update their graphics drivers. BIOS updates will not make your computer faster, they generally won’t add new features you need, and they may even cause additional problems.
Computers are now coming with UEFI firmware instead of the traditional BIOS, but the same is true for UEFI – it’s low-level system software with a similar role.
Unlike your operating system (which is stored on your hard drive), your computer’s BIOS is stored on a chip on your motherboard.
Updating the BIOS while logged into Windows can cause problems and cause the update to fail.
Once you have updated the BIOS and restarted your computer, you’ll be using the new BIOS immediately. Lastly, it has some VBIOS and GOP driver updates, which Intel says you only need to update if you are having graphics issues.