Microsoft wants to run ads in your Start menu on Windows 11

sonicscooter

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Does Microsoft even listen to users anymore, or do they just listen to shareholders and top-level execs these days?

All this move is likely to do is frustrate experienced users and baffle the less technically savvy ones. I don't see anyone saying they want this. I appreciate you can turn this feature off, but this is the Microsoft of today we're talking about, and we all know they are flagrantly disrespectful when it comes to the user's choice.

With the way things are going, Microsoft seems to be doing a sterling job at eroding their own market share by driving users to other platforms.
 
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Rumpystiltskin

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You know seeing the picture they had with the article makes me think. I wonder what members of the FIDO Alliance would think of this? They want people to be more vigilant with their passwords and security. A password manager is one of the best ways to do that. It seems unobtrusive. Also, you can turn it off. Seems like a good way to learn about stuff you might need.
 

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