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  1. Win 11 is coming, but with a unique hardware requirement. Are you ready for this? A "Trusted Platform Module (TPM) chip" is required to allow an upgrade to Win 11. This is a new piece of technology that must be on your motherboard so upgrades to current platforms are unlikely. You may know it better by using the word (encryption). This is the primary use of the hardware. It allows you to store encrypted information on your motherboard. You can check your BIOS/UEFI to see if it exists, but on my machine (about 3 years old) it doesn't. My computer manufacturer (Dell) has no idea of what a TPM chip is. Careful if you are thinking about buying a new computer. If you want Win 11, ensure it comes with the new machine. I can see black Friday sales to get the Win 10 stock off the shelves before the Win 11 platforms start arriving. I remember making a post about the circle of life when it comes to IT. This is another step to force hardware upgrades to allow software upgrades. https://pureinfotech.com/determine-pc-trusted-platform-module-tpm-windows-10/ Thoughts and confirmations from @Rick Brewster, @BoltBait, and @toe_head2001 would be appreciated
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  2. I can never get enough of this song:
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  3. Please run this utility: Please run this utility: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/17588/fix-problems-that-block-programs-from-being-installed-or-removed then try to install it again
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  4. A combination of both. I'm on bass in the video, but in the studio I was part of a team that programed and played synthesizers / drum machines for the pre recording sessions. An excellent opportunity to work with a poet that I admired. Anne Clarke was a unique and tallented artist who knew what she wanted and the exact direction she wanted her ideas to become. A fantastic learning curve.
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  5. Hi @Pixey @lynxster4 and @Ladybug. Can I just make it understood, I did not make the marble effect. It's a stock texture from Google. As @welshblue told me once, 'Who cares where the texture comes from'. If it's good enough for Welshy, it's good enough for me.🙃 I hope that's cleared things up. Cheers.😉
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