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Mike's got some strong feels about his new system, and Chris spent a week with Windows 11. And that's not even scratching the surface. It's a wild one, with some hard truths, so buckle up.
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- Windows 11 is a new and refreshing approach to an old and familiar home — The last significant change to Windows 11 that we’re able to test right now is the new Microsoft Store. To put it simply, Microsoft’s app store for Windows has sucked since it first appeared nearly 10 years ago. Microsoft is finally allowing developers to submit any win32 traditional desktop app, and Microsoft Store has already become far more useful during a beta than it ever was before.
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- How we Arrived at the Pop!OS COSMIC Design — Pop!OS 21.04 introduces the COSMIC desktop, which changes the workflow that users have become accustomed to since Pop!_OS first released.
- Google and Microsoft End Their Five-Year Cease-Fire — A non-aggression pact forged by their CEOs expired in April, threatening to add fuel to industry’s antitrust battles
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