Technology Firefox as default browser on Windows 10 and 11: with nasty tricks against nasty tricks
Windows 11: The new context menu is tidy and expandable
© Provided by Dr. med. Windows Windows 11 Context menu Desktop With Windows 11, Microsoft delivers an updated context menu that opens when right-clicking on files, folders, and desktop. Connected is a (urgent needed) purification. The new context menu does not only have a modern design, but is much more compact. If you do a right-click on a file under Windows 10 or an older Windows version, you often no longer see the forest from loud trees.
Microsoft wants to make it as difficult for users to use another browser as Microsoft Edge. In Windows 10, the browser's election is only a bit cumbersome, under Windows 10 is the process sothat there is no other name for that as chicane.
Mozilla, however, has found a way to bypass these chicane. Since Firefox Version 91 is enough to click to set Firefox as standard browser under Windows 10 and 11. So far, that seems to have noticed anyone, by an article at, the topic today receives media attention today.
One has looked at Mozilla exactly how this "protective wall" works and integrated into Firefox a function that deals with it. A fieser trick against a nasty trick, so to speak.
Windows 11: Microsoft manifests itself to system requirements and incompatible hardware
© Provided by Dr. med. Windows Windows 11 Brand Image meanwhile is well-known that Microsoft has set a significant set for the upgrading Windows 11 system requirements and excluding a whole series of older systems from the upgrade. While the RedMond is currently checking whether the list of officially supported processors can be extended by the 7th Intel Generation and the 1st ZEN generation of AMD Ryzen, all others will continue to work with Windows 10.
At Mozilla, the measure is justified by the fact that users should have the choice and that this election must be maximally easy. There you are absolutely right. Microsoft, in turn, says that the circumvention of security mechanisms is not a supported procedure in this way.
You are stupidly right. Even if in the case of Firefox exactly that happens, what you want to have as a user, this is purely technical in the category "manipulation of system settings". I'm very curious how Microsoft reacts: Will you tolerate the tolerate or actually play the muscles and block the function? To intercept the process and run inside the emptiness should be a light.
The only sensible solution would be if Microsoft on Windows 11 restores at least the state of Windows 10. This was obviously a procedure that could handle both users and competitors. I can not understand a bit, why Microsoft offers unnecessarily an attack surface here.
Connecticut football coach Randy Edsall announces he's retiring at season's end .
After loss to Holy Cross dropped the Huskies' record to 0-2, Edsall, 63, announces his 17th season at Connecticut over two stints will be his last.Edsall, who is in his second stint at UConn, has led the Huskies to a 6-22 record since returning to Storrs four years ago.