locked Re: Windows 11 accessibility
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Would micro soft continue to support windows 10 til some time in 2025 if it had so much vulnerability that hundreds of millions machines running win 10 have to be replaced with win 11 machines?
Come on folks, think about this simple question for a minute or 2?
From: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> On Behalf Of Shaun Everiss
Sent: June 24, 2021 6:42 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Windows 11 accessibility
Well yeah I need to agree.
How much will the windows 10 x stuff be to the average user anyway.
Put it this way, not many will be snapping up new systems just to have tpm module support or anything.
I think microsoft needs to tell us what this extra security module will do to and what the risks are if you didn't have it.
I suspect consumers may not even have to worry about it.
Especially if they use a local account.
Since microsoft removed things like the music store, there is nothing for us blinks on it bar a few windows apps and codecs.
Compaired to everyone else apple, google, etc thats pritty lame.
Then they cut down cortana.
So simply that means the only 2 assistants in the running are google and amazon.
The apple system is catching up but only works for apple devices and the other 2 are universal.
My point microsoft aint pushing any favors.
Even if a system like mine has tpm2 installed which I checked, that pc healthcheck obviously does not detect it.
I also agree about the update.
Security is fine but a new interface from windows x does not inspire me a user to upgrade.
Bar some minor things, I don't see this as any step forward.
So now I need to go through an extra step.
Setup, connect to a microsoft account, create a local one, delete my microsoft account or revert because I don't need most of its features, and other stuff.
Its another headake to things.
Then I need to turn all widgets off because they get in the way.
I mean really just give us a working os for once.
On 25/06/2021 6:56 am, JM Casey wrote: