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Offline Carl2
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Re: Windows 11


  Pretty good video on win 11.
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Re: Windows 11


Another more in-depth look at the changes Windows 11 brings.


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Windows 11 only a month away
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Re: Windows 11


Noticed that the Compatibility Check is back online.

https://www.microsoft.com/en-gb/windows/windows-11

Scroll to the bottom.

I need to turn secure boot on somehow - otherwise everything passed.

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Well spotted Freddy  thumbsup

I downloaded the new version and passed the test.



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Posted September 27, 2021, 19:41:45 PM Logged

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I need to turn secure boot on somehow - otherwise everything passed.

You should be able to enable secure boot in the boot options in BIOS, hopefully windows will start as normal.  fingers crossed

Posted September 27, 2021, 20:21:36 PM Logged

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Yes I did have a quick look. Busy at the moment though  thumbsup

Posted September 27, 2021, 20:40:49 PM Logged

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  I'm going to wait till the Oct fifth deadline the TPM is working but I also have to enable secure boot.  I guess we no longer will have passwords and I wonder how that works.  Speech recognition has come a long way and it would be nice if we could use that and also there is Alexa that could improve things, I wonder how many years it will take before that will be used.
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Posted September 28, 2021, 13:18:39 PM Logged

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 .  I guess we no longer will have passwords and I wonder how that works. 

I haven't been using passwords with Windows 10 since its release, no big deal and Windows boots quicker.

Posted September 28, 2021, 13:55:28 PM Logged

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MS already tried speech recognition with Cortana. I never used her, it was just a novelty to me.

Posted September 28, 2021, 16:24:18 PM Logged

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Most of my pass words are stored in in the computer but I do keep records of the passwords in notepad.
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Posted September 29, 2021, 14:19:10 PM Logged

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I just found a Bootable USB drive with win 11 on it, since it saves me from trying to get through Microsoft i bought it.  Really so tired of the problems I had trying to get it from the Microsoft account it is worth it to me   Windows 11 OS install /Bootable 16GB USB Drive for Legacy & UEFI Compatible   $38.22.  So having a problem throw money at it, something people would say about the US  spending  money to solve a problem.
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Posted October 07, 2021, 01:07:18 AM Logged

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I would have thought installing windows from a USB flash drive would require an activation key code to be purchased at some point.

Where as doing the upgrade would transfer your windows key from 10 to 11.

Might have to throw more money at it.

Posted October 07, 2021, 09:48:10 AM Logged

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I've looked in the computer for the  activation key code but haven't been able to find one.  I would think the bootable drive would behave similar to the Microsoft download software and do the same transfer from 10 to 11.  The product is guaranteed insured for a year, I had just read online that a lot of people are unhappy with the Microsoft experience as I am.   Maybe in 3 or 4 months time the traffic at Microsoft will settle down and things will work better but for now I want to avoid dealing with Microsoft.  I feel like I got scammed by Restro and I'm going to ask the bank not to pay them.
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Some more info about Win 11 here:


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