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Asus ZenBook UX305: With Windows 10, it suddenly makes perfect sense

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Secure boot is a feature of UEFI replacement for BIOS and can be turned off. Mint doesn't appear to work with secure boot, but I believe there are Linux distros that do. You'll need a 64 bit distro to work with UEFI.

FWIW I've had a UX21E Zenbook for two years now and love it. The keyboard is very ordinary, but the display and battery life are great. Purchased mine as a refurb for 40% less than retail.

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