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CNET How ToOct 15, 2021
Windows 11 update: You can get the download right now, and here's how - CNET
Microsoft's new OS is here, but you might be wondering why it hasn't hit your computer yet. Let the Windows 11 Installation Assistant be your guide.

How to upgrade to Windows 11: You can download it right now - CNET (CNET How To)

CNET How ToOct 15, 2021
Windows 11 vs. Windows 10: Everything Microsoft changed in the new OS - CNET
Microsoft's new operating system has started to roll out. Before you download Windows 11, here's every major upgrade compared to Windows 10.

ComputerWorldOct 15, 2021
Windows 11 and the need for better BIOS integration
Disclosure:  The vendors listed are clients of the author.

Microsoft DOS and then Windows have gone through several evolutions over the years. When Windows first arrived, it was a User Interface (UI) shell on top of DOS. Then Windows 95 absorbed DOS to create something new — but didn't include security. Windows 8 tried to absorb the smartphone experience, failed, but essentially made third-party anti-virus software obsolete.  

Windows 10 took security a few steps farther (and integrated a better digital assistant, Cortana, that few people ever used). And now, with  Windows 11, Microsoft has begun to integrate hardware security without integrating PC firmware (BIOS). Due to issues with the move to Windows 11, I think the next integration will be BIOS.

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Yahoo TechnologyOct 14, 2021
Daily Crunch: Citing regulatory restrictions, Microsoft shuts down LinkedIn in China

Microsoft will shut down LinkedIn service in China after facing criticism for censoring posts (Washington Post Tech)

Wired NewsOct 14, 2021
LinkedIn's Exit From China Cuts Another East-West Bridge
The Microsoft subsidiary had agreed in 2014 to censor content in China, but that apparently wasn't enough for tougher government regulators.

PC World Latest NewsSep 10, 2021
5 easy tasks that supercharge your security
Protecting your personal data isn't just smart these days—it's a necessity. As the world grows more and more connected, your private info becomes more and more valuable. Whether it's using leaked info from website breaches to hack into your other accounts or holding your personal computer ransom for money, malicious evildoers won't hesitate to ruin your day if it puts profits in their pockets. And a recent scary Microsoft Office hack reminds us that local files can secretly be malware in disguise as well.

All is not lost though. Following some basic security principles can help protect you from most of the attacks you'll find on the World Wild Web. Better yet, these five easy security tasks should take only a short while to get set up. Do them now and sleep easier at night.

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