Well, the EU still has to say something about their current anti-adblocking measures. Mind you, it won't change how it operates in other countries, but it could have some effect over here.
Not that I care, I still use Firefox.
Also, and talking about bad things or problems, heads up everyone:
Windows License Deactivates after BIOS or Hardware Upgrade
I had this happen this week myself, Microsoft has a problem with their licensing platform for weeks now already. Users who have previously utilized complimentary license upgrades are encountering difficulties after hardware modifications or BIOS updates. These challenges may manifest as part of the process involving the replacement of hardware components or the updating of system BIOS.
Following the cessation of complimentary Windows 10 and 11 upgrade licenses from previous versions, users are experiencing activation difficulties. The option to upgrade without cost from Windows 7 or 8 was terminated by Microsoft in late September, with the intention of phasing out older operating systems in favor of newer, more secure versions. It is important to note that the free upgrade path's discontinuation does not affect users moving from Windows 10 to Windows 11, assuming compatibility with the newer version's requirements.
Challenges have arisen particularly for individuals who had utilized a product key from Windows 7 or 8 to activate their Windows 10 or 11 systems. Such issues tend to surface after hardware modifications or during BIOS firmware updates, resulting in the deactivation of the system and the associated product key becoming void.
Apparently, MSoft is already looking into it.
Please excuse my bad English.
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