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The redesigned cumulative updates for Windows 11 have an approximate 40% reduction in size resulting in both a faster download as well as installation. I certainly noticed the difference with the latest Insider Build as it was the fastest new Build install I've experienced to date!
An overview about the changes is available at Windows 11 cumulative update improvements: an overview.
Hmm... can't say much beneficial to your Gmail situation. I receive mail from all my accounts (Hotmail, Verizon, Gmail, Yahoo, AIM, etc.) via POP3 or IMAP using Mozilla Thunderbird. I can't even remember the last time I visited a webmail page for any of those accounts.
Others here might have advice, though... stay tuned. :)
Thank you Eric! It used to appear under More, I think, then I'd click advanced and be able to set quite a few things besides the time. (Of course I'm not ready to make google the default search but at least I now know where it is re-located.)
I also want gmail to load as basic html but it refuses to now do that. Today I get a full screen informing me that gmail has now added google chat with it and all I need to do is create an account. <sigh> No thanks! I don't "chat" except once in a bluemoon with tech support.
My husband went to gmail this morning and discovered that it loaded the full featured version. He didn't know what to do. (I was still asleep). He turned his laptop back on and I showed him what he has to click if he sees the big M when gmail starts to load. Now he'll have a sticky on the screen frame so he remembers what to click if he refuses to load the version we want.