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Tuesday, 12 October 2021

Windows 11 cannot open apps with non-ASCII registry keys, Microsoft video shows why OS requires TPM 2.0


Microsoft revealed that certain apps could fail to open as a result, as well as cause other issues or errors in the operating system. Due to detecting the bug, Microsoft has placed a compatibility hold, resulting in users who have affected devices not being offered Windows 11 or removing the...

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