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The The Restaurant at the Edge of the Universe, previously known as The Water Cooler, is a place to post stuff that has absolutely nothing at all to do with computers, broadband, Scot's Newsletter, or anything that's "supposed" to be here.
DVDFab -- the old one I use -- makes a dvd that looks exactly like a commercial movie dvd; same directory structure without the FBI warning and extra trash. It isn't an mp4 or an iso file. Stick it in a player and it starts immediately. I use the old version because the company that makes it went very commercial with all the following versions. It currently comes from China, though the old one I use was (maybe) the last one when they were a US company. FWIW, it beats any protection except Cinavia.
I'm not stealing anything, I copy an original dvd onto a cheap blank and hand it to my sister who lives in a retirement home. They don't last very long in that environment. I know about handbrake but haven't found the need to use it yet. I doubt that her (old) player will accept an mp4.
Microsoft released an out-of-band non-security quality improvement update described as follows:
Update: This out-of-band update can only be obtained from the standalone package at the Microsoft Update Catalog website.
Dev channel update to 93.0.961.2 is live
Added an allow list to media autoplay settings.
Added the ability to un-ignore password health alerts for a particular website.
Combined the Settings pages for Start, Home, and New Tab pages.
Enabled the new Share experience by default.