Windows 11. Yay or Nay?

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The rollout of Microsoft's newest OS begins tomorrow, so i wanted to see how many of us here are going to install it or not. If not why, and if you plan on doing the hardware requirements bypass to install it on "unsupported hardware" if you go that route.
As for me, sure i'll bite, i tested it pretty extensively as an insider and it worked well. I may try the hardware bypass on at least 1 machine to see if microsoft's claim of "unsupported hardware yields 52% more kernel crashes."
 

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meh , im insider previews since it exist , been on win11 since its been available , if you dont like useless change and choices dont upgrade yet . the context menues have been moved ,changed or removed . and the emphasis on the touchscreens shows , big space for text and icon designed to show you cut copy and past instead of txt .

lots of personal configuration is neede to feel at home , but as for performance go nothing bad to say , im not havuing trouble running anything i usually do and i think stuffs feel more fast and snappy .

id say theres no reason to upgrade if you feel fine with win10 , wait until its ending and win11 being more updated .
 
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Only if it support android app natively like they advertize. I have not seen anything yet. I will be shoddy at best it seems.
Else than that I cant see the difference with windows vista, 7,8 or 10 they are ALL THE SAME
 

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I’ll at least try it in a VM, but I wont rush to upgrade my primary rig/laptop….which are also the only two compatible system I have.
 

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I wonder if it's the Vista/Windows 8 team. Or if it's the 7 and 10 team on Windows 11. It will make a big difference.
 

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I have Windows11 (The one i use now to type this) It was hard to install because this PC only has BIOS and Not UEFI (so i download both the Windows 10 and Windows 11 iso Provided by Microsoft, And copyed some Install files from the 11 iso to the 10 iso and burned it to a usb (To trick the installer it is installing win10 because that supports bios but when you are on the version select screen it installs windows 11) ) Btw my pc doesn't have TPM 2.0 and Secure Boot (it is from 2003 and it original came with windows xp yes XP, I upgrade it to vista so i could download Windows 10 32 bit and from there windows 10 64 bit to Windows 11 and i'm happy with it (windows10 crashed a lot was very slow and gave many bsod) now it is working fine So i say YAH
 
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