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Good news, you can finally purchase Windows 11 Home and Professional licenses directly from Microsoft instead of having to buy Windows 10 first and then do an upgrade (Tom’s Hardware).

Bad news, more USB printing problems with Windows 10 (Born’s Tech and Windows World).

Good news, it’s now easier to rip CDs using Media Player in Windows 11(BetaNews). If you still use CDs of course.

Bad news, Microsoft broke the Windows 11 Start menu when they released the KB5014668 update. So they rolled it back (BetaNews). Miss those testers who got fired at Microsoft, they kept the quality bar high.

And new builds of Windows 11 apparently enable Account Lockout Policy by default (BleepingComputer).

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