Windows 11 contains some good ideas. But it also feels like Microsoft made some fundamental changes to Windows for no good reason.
A Windows 11 Insider build prevents Microsoft Edge links from being routed to third-party browsers via tools like EdgeDeflector. Microsoft said it's preserving "end-to-end customer experiences."
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Microsoft inadvertently let a Windows 11 certificate expire, taking down some features of Windows 11, including several features like Start and Settings in Windows 11 Home in S Mode. A patch is en route.
Microsoft is adding a microphone mute button to the Windows 11 taskbar.
Microsoft officially releases a fix to restore Ryzen L3 cache performance.
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You likely won’t have to spend anything to get Windows 11. Here’s how to do it.
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