Is Microsoft really going to cut off security updates for my “unsupported” Windows 11 PC? [Ask ZDNet]

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In the mailbag this week: Is Microsoft really threatening to cut off security updates for people who install Windows 11 on “unsupported” hardware? How can I make my online services more secure with 2FA? And why is it so difficult to get Google Fiber in a condo or apartment building? 

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