One, last hopefully, question specifically for the case where a person has
installed Vanilla Libreoffice under Windows 10 S(ecurity) mode.
Are there any limitations with regards to extensions, specifically
downloading from the TDF extension site by the user, in this type of
I suspect that is a question that may not have a definitive answer as it
may depend site specific security protocols, but I don't know. (sorry, I
don't have access to a Win 10 S box or I'd try it myself).
Thanks in advance for any guidance you can provide.
ps. I was also wondering how many people out there might be running Win 10
S and the best guess I could come up with is something less then %6.5
percent of desktops running Win 10. That number I found as the market share
for the Edge browser which is mandated when in S mode.
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