Windows 11 Pro will also require an internet connection and a Microsoft account to be installed. Microsoft announces it, with the new Pro SKU requirements reminiscent of those introduced last year on Windows 11 Home. In short, it will no longer be possible to bypass the Microsoft account request to install Windows 11 Pro on a new system by choosing to set up a “local account”.
Since the days of Windows 10, Microsoft has been pushing users of their operating systems to use a Microsoft account, and the news on Windows 11 Pro goes precisely in this direction. A novelty that will probably not be particularly appreciated by all those who prefer not to enter sensitive data on their systems, or who try to avoid in every possible way the data collection present in the latest versions of Windows. Windows 11 Pro will soon be able to be installed only if connected to the internet
“Similar to Windows 11 Home Edition, Windows 11 Pro Edition now requires Internet connectivity only during initial device setup (OOBE),” reads the page where the Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22557 was announced. “If you choose to configure a device for personal use, Microsoft account will also be required for setup “. The new requirement is currently being tested within the Windows 11 Insider builds and will likely roll out on the Pro SKU in the coming months.
Those who install Windows 11 Pro on their device today can avoid entering the Microsoft account by disconnecting the computer from the internet during installation and setting up a local user account in the operating system. This will no longer be possible when the new features are introduced in stable releases, since the installation can be completed only and exclusively in the presence of an internet connection, by entering a Microsoft account and using the latter to access the operating system. The only way not to enter your account, therefore, could be to enter an alternative one.
Black and white is perfect, I think, to show the textures of stones and rocks, when they’ve been used to built something, like the pavement at Princípe Real Garden in Lisbon or what is left of the Castle at the Imperial Palace East Gardens in Tokyo or, when they’re found naturally. Posted for Cee’s Black […]
You may enlarge any image in this blog by clicking on it. Click again for a detailed view. Today I’m posting about my favorite bird species — the Crested Caracara. More specifically, I’m posting about young Caracaras, juveniles that are almost certainly less than a year old. Caracaras are native to Mexico, Central, and South […]
We have two contributions today: plants and ducks. Let’s take the ducks first. All readers’ captions are indented, and can enlarge the photos by clicking on them. The first trio comes from evolutionist and ornithology expert Bruce Lyon of UC Santa Cruz, who’s just returned from Argentina and has great photo to come. These, however,…
Tesla CEO Elon Musk has donated roughly $5.7 billion worth of the electric carmaker’s shares to charity.
The donation of 5,044,000 shares was revealed Monday in a filing to the US Securities and Exchange Commission. The shares were gifted last year between November 19 and November 29, according to the filing, which did not name the recipient or recipients of the shares.
Tesla’s stock was trading above $1,000 per share at the time of the donations. The donated shares were worth $5.7 billion based on the average of the highest and lowest quoted price on the date of the transaction.
The charitable giving would make Musk the second biggest US donor in 2021. Tesla’s CEO trails only Bill Gates and Melinda French Gates, who gave $15 billion last year, in an annual ranking by the Chronicle of Philanthropy.
National Flag of Canada Day (French: Jour du drapeau national du Canada), commonly shortened to Flag Day, is observed annually on February 15 to commemorate the inauguration of the flag of Canada on that date in 1965. The day is marked by flying the flag, occasional public ceremonies and educational programs in schools. It is not a public holiday, although there has been discussion about creating one.
A poll conducted in 1958 showed that Canadians wanted a flag that was not based on the flag of Britain.
You, oh you Are still a beauty to behold You’ve been my muse Every story that I’ve told Oh, take me back some years To when we were young without a fear All along you have been the song that I wanna hear
I’ve been down the darkest alleys Been to the bottom where the angels cry Thought it had all been, all for nothing Until I saw you at the finish line
Forgive me for the ways I’ve let you down Won’t you give me, another chance to make you proud? Oh, flash forward twenty years Forever keep me young and my conscience clear All along, you have been the song that I wanna hear, ooh yeah, ah
I’ve been down the darkest alleys Been to the bottom where the angels cry (where the angels cry) Thought it had all been, all for nothing Until I saw you at the finish line
Yeah, yeah Yes, I’ve been down the darkest alleys Been to the bottom where the angels cry (angels cry) Thought it had all been, all for nothing Until I saw you at the finish line (at the finish line)
Oh, I’ve been down the darkest alleys Been to the bottom watching life go by (watching life go by) Thought it had all been, all for nothing Until I saw you at the finish line (at the finish line, yeah, oh, woah)
I’ve been down the darkest alleys Been to the bottom where the angels cry Thought it had all been, all for nothing Until I saw you (saw you) at the finish line