UEFITool is a versatile application that accepts BIOS image files as input in order to facilitate the visualization and editing of the data inside them. UEFITool is brought in a line of work that was less exploited and advertised up until recently. The management of UEFI images is said to be a job for professionals, although UEFITool delivers an approach that doesn’t target advanced users exclusively.
This is not to say that anyone can handle an application such as UEFITool; however, with a minimum level of knowledge in BIOS modding, users can make the most of it and achieve modified versions of an UEFI image in a complication-free manner.
The application sports an extremely simple design and is less impressive in terms of appearance; the compromise it makes on looks is certainly compensated in functionality, if we look at the bigger picture.
UEFITool is compatible with a variety of BIOS image types, including ROM, BIN, CAP, BIO, FD, WPH and EFI, which are loaded and displayed inside a structured view, alongside details such as name, type and subtype.
The operations that you can carry out with UEFITool are various and make quite the list; you can extract data from an image (or just the body) or you can insert items inside the structure of the image, as well as to insert or remove unwanted pieces. Once you’re done with the editing part, you can export the image locally, for later use.
In a nutshell, UEFITool makes quite an impression, although it’s still got a long way to reach the peak of its development. In the meantime, it can be useful to users who want to extract or update the information inside a BIOS file.
Homepage : https://github.com/LongSoft/UEFITool/
Changelog : https://github.com/LongSoft/UEFITool/releases