Windows 10: Guidance on brand new install and UEFI vs traditional

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  1.    29 Apr 2016 #11

    One last question on UEFI install. How can I confirm that the OS is installed in UEFI mode? Is the only way to check by looking at how many partitions were created in the initial installation routine?
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       29 Apr 2016 #12

    Easiest way .....
    Type msinfo32.nfo in the search/cortana .... it will open the system configuration window. Check it here:

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