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Bootloader [Definition]

Boot Loader In literal terms, it  is a code that is executed before any Operating System starts to run on you Computer

The concept of bootloaders is universal to virtually all Operating systems that inculcates operating systems on your PC, laptop, smartphones, and other such devices. Bootloaders basically package the instructions to boot ( Turn on) Operating System kernel and most of them also have their own debugging or modification environment. As the bootloader kicks off before any piece of software on your device, it makes it extremely processor specific and every motherboard has it’s own bootloader. This is one reason that all Android phones have different Custom ROMS developed due to high variance of processing hardware present on the device.

 The iDevices running iOS somewhat share the same hardware specs and hence you don’t see much variance in their bootloaders.


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