Creating new software isn't easy. Launching it to real humans is also fraught with pitfalls. You might think, though, that Microsoft has had enough practice and comes prepared to deal with anything and everything. If only it was that simple. On introducing Windows 11 with great fanfare and incitement to aesthetic admiration, Microsoft was forced to admit that, no, not every PC will be able to run its new software. Sadly, the company wasn't entirely sure which PCs would be eligible and which would be discarded to the detritus heap . What does an experienced company do in times like this? Why, it decides to run a question-and-answer session entitled "Windows 11 upgrade and deployment tools." A wise modern idea, this. An idea, though, that needs to be entirely thought through. For here was Aria Carley, a Microsoft senior program manager, declaring that she was supported by brilliant people who'd be able to answer "90% of your questions." I confess to feeling a … [Read more...] about Microsoft tried to explain the joys of Windows 11. Customers weren’t happy
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The $10,000 bill is the most valuable U.S. currency now in circulation, according to the U.S. Department of the Treasury. The Treasury stopped printing it, along with the $500, $1,000 and $5,000 denominations, during World War II, and all such bills were declared obsolete on July 14, 1969. Today, Federal Reserve Banks destroy these notes when they receive them, but they remain legal tender while in circulation. The $10,000 bill is also the most valuable circulating global currency, according to Roberto Cacciamani, former director of the International Bank Note Society. Tied for second place are the 10,000 SGD (Singapore dollar) note and the 10,000 BND (Brunei dollar) note, each equal to around $7,400 as of this writing, according to rates provided by Citibank N.A. via the Google Currency Convertor. Runners-up include the 500 LVL (Latvian lats) and 1,000 CHF (Swiss franc) notes, each worth around $1,000. Higher denominations exist as limited-edition … [Read more...] about Which Single Piece of Currency is Worth the Most?
Microsoft took the wraps off of Windows 11 in a 45-minute online event, titled "What's next for Windows," held on June 24, 2021. A few days later, the company released the first preview of the new operating system for members of the Windows Insider Preview Program. If you use a Windows PC at home or at work, how will this upgrade affect you? I've been collecting your questions and have assembled the answers here. Also: The best parts of Windows 11 are already in Windows 10. Here's how to enable them What is Windows 11? At the risk of stating the blindingly obvious, Windows 11 is the successor to Windows 10. It's built on the same core architecture as Windows 10; indeed, Microsoft could have chosen to deliver the new features in Windows 11 through a series of semi-annual feature updates to Windows 10 without a name change. Instead, they chose to make this a good old-fashioned "big bang" release, with a new major version number and a laundry list of new … [Read more...] about Windows 11 FAQ: Here’s everything you need to know