News Windows 11 KB5008295 Arrives To Fix Built-In App Certificate Woes

danger007

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It shows you for all the "security" and "great features" this was a dud on release. Maybe if they didn't spend so much time on trying to prevent some older Intel CPU's from working and focusing on finding you lacking on any hardware category it made a requirement (I think collusion with hardware since many that run win 10 find out there system is a no go for win 11.

It also shows Microsoft has yet to figure out how to release an OS without the flurry of just dumb bugs. Especially something they are making a big deal about, security and they forget to update their own certificate, sorry this is by far the worst Microsoft Corp. to date in terms of trying to get its OS out to as many users to convert them as quickly as possible. With people struggling to pay rent, mortgages. tuition, and other issues relating to the covid 19 damage to the economy Microsoft making users buy whole new systems or having to upgrade mobo and cpu, was not the way to help the economy as just like with win 10 and win 7, I see a very slow adoption rate and maybe even slower due to the hardware requirements putting most systems in the can't work with and the cost of some of the parts needed to meet the requirements, I see many people putting off upgrading their systems or buying new ones for 2-3 years, since Win 10 has support for I think 2025 or 2026.
 

kal326

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Really need linux to become more adopted mainstream and by game devs/program devs.
Steamdeck will likely give this a big push. Amazingly this comes around and Linux finally gets anti cheat support and games that weren’t on it because of the lack of support. Now the rest of the programs… well that’s coming around slowly, but slowly. Microsoft loves Linux right? Well allegedly at least.
 

kal326

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Remind me again why people are rushing to Windows 11?
I don’t know that they are aside from anyone buying a PC that isn’t old stock is getting Windows 11 by default now. Even MS said that unless people explicitly search out upgrade installers it was going to slow roll out 11 in batches of existing users through early next year.
Also for bleeding edge, I don’t install anything right out of the gate OS wise anymore unless I have a dedicated testing machine or VM. Everyone is releasing buggy stuff and provides little to no reason to risk a daily driver or business machine over some new “only in this release or higher” upgrade.
 

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