A few months ago I migrated from Linux to Windows I hired Microsoft 365 for business everything was fine however in a matter of days I was filled with spam, win11 although it does not work so bad I find that it is a disaster as OS, apart from the fact that to use it they force you to make an account, and short story I already decided to go back to Linux, I'm in doubt if Fedora, Deepin or Debían, and analyzing which desktop if Gnome or KDE, but anyway no more Windows finished the course of power bi and chao windows
It would help if Microsoft would get rid of that pointless TPM requirement for Windows 11. Contrary to popular belief, I'm pretty sure TPMs and Total Volume Encryption (without PIN)  are of limited use security wise. Instead, I think the TPM requirement is maybe Microsoft's way of phasing out older hardware...
I'm going to try to avoid a lenthy rant here, but as an amatuer musician at home, I am constantly fighting Microsoft's attempts to force me into upgrading very expensive but perfectly working audio software/hardware. At work, I have to waste massive amounts of Desktop resources firing up a Win 10 VM in QEMU/KVM to run Power BI and Visual Studio when I can't do what I want in Visual Studio Code, .NET Core and Google Charts. My assigned desktop at work is not really powerful enough to properly host Virtual Machines.
 - If you aren't using a PIN with your BitLocker encryption, I suspect you are highly vulnerable to data theft loss if your device is ever stolen.
Has anything changed?
No, nothing has changed.
Will there be PowerBI Linux client?
I have not heard any announcements about this, but from what I know of the Tabular engine it is very closely tied to the Windows OS. Rather than building a linux port of Desktop a more likely approach is for them to extend the web editing functionality.
Dear Microsoft. Please endorse GNU\Linux Wine as a legal option to run MS Windows programs. This would no only help with Power BI but it would also help with legacy programs that for whatever reason don't run well in "modern" versions of MS Windows.
There is no linux version of Power BI Desktop. The only "work around" would be to use a windows virtual machine either on a local VM or using one of the cloud providers.
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