Moral of the story: Sell items separately, and describe them properly.
Looks like Microsoft has made good on giving OEMs a workaround for the TPM 2.0 requirement… at least for now.
Microsoft has said that after July 29th, it will be $129 to upgrade to Windows 10. But even if you don’t want to upgrade right now, you can still lock in Windows 10 upgrade rights for life on each machine.
Microsoft broke IMAP access for Outlook.com Custom Domains – a product they discontinued, but promised to keep active for legacy users. The result of Microsoft’s glitch, and they still call it a glitch – despite not delivering the promised fix – is that IMAP access for Mac and Android was broken completely.
Putting tongue firmly in cheek, hopefully to accomplish something.
Apple, for some reason, stops Boot Camp support early for Intel-based Macintosh computers. I frankly don’t understand it. It’s so easy to support newer Windows versions, as the burden (much like Linux) gets absorbed into the kernel.
I’m a bit surprised Microsoft doesn’t have a guide for this one. It’s pretty easy to fix…
The future of Windows Media Center as a legacy app may only be 24 months away from shutting down, and Microsoft isn’t speaking yet.
Windows 8.1 has been out there for awhile, and there are going to be people looking to clean install. If you got Windows Media Center upgrades for your Windows 8 Pro license, stop here and read this.