KVM Windows 11

Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM) is an open source virtualization technology built into Linux®.

On more than one occassion the “Windows Update From Hell” would over write boot records for multi-boot operating systems.

Now the recommended strategy is to give Window 11 it’s own virtural machine environment.  That way the only boot records the update can destoy would be the Master Boot Record (MBR) for windows.

Trussted Platform Module (TPM) is a requirement going forward Windows 11 and beyond.  This is absolute nonsense and can be disabled.  The preferred method of bypassing the TPM checking can be found by clicking here.

Now Windows 11 resides in it’s own virtual machine and can no longer interfere with other resident operating systems.

Install the Brave Web Browser by clicking here and make Brave the default web browser.  Make DuckDuckGo the default search engine.

Install Open Office Suite for windows by clicking here.

Download and install Kdenlive by clicking here.

Install CodeBlocks (Windows version).

Mr. Arch Brooks, Software Engineer, Brooks Computing Systems, LLC authored this article.

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