Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 20th Mar 2015 22:50 UTC

At its WinHEC hardware conference in Shenzhen, China, Microsoft talked about the hardware requirements for Windows 10. The precise final specs are not available yet, so all this is somewhat subject to change, but right now, Microsoft says that the switch to allow Secure Boot to be turned off is now optional. Hardware can be Designed for Windows 10, and offer no way to opt out of the Secure Boot lock down.

I am so surprised. The next step, of course, is to ban the disable-secure-boot option altogether. Just like everyone who knows Microsoft predicted.

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RE: open/close
by fithisux on Mon 23rd Mar 2015 13:29 UTC in reply to "open/close"
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Or make up our minds to not use clr/c#.

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