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More hot news on the Windows front regarding the recent release of Windows 11 22H2:

Windows 11 Phishing Protection Feature Poses Potential Risk (ITPro Today)

Microsoft fixes Windows TLS handshake failures in out-of-band updates(Bleeping Computer)

And here’s a surprising change concerning Windows 11 that caught some of us off guard:

Windows Terminal is now the Default in Windows 11 (Windows Command Line blog)

There’s also some good news coming in the next release of Windows 11 especially in the area of managing software updates. You can read about it under What’s New in this blog post from Microsoft:

Announcing Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 25227 (Windows Experience blog)

On the other hand, if you’re still running Windows 10 then it’s even money whether you’ll be able to upgrade to Windows 11 even if you wanted to:

Report claims almost half of systems are ineligible for Windows 11 upgrades(Techspot)

But with Windows 10 version 22H2 now GA, maybe you won’t want to upgrade to Windows 11!

Microsoft Releases Window 10 Version 22H2 (Redmond Channel Partner)

And if you’re still running Windows 8.1 or even Windows 7 then take courage because Microsoft hasn’t forgotten you:

Microsoft back ports brute force protection of administrator accounts for Windows(Günter Born)

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