Discussion in 'Windows 11' started by endbase, Aug 16, 2021.
On request from @EaglePC
Welp, Microsoftian Morons will soon release W12 after the DOA W11. I will upgrade to that. If not, well LTSC expires in 2029. I will think about it then.
Yep, I think it is important to keep up with the innovation rather than sticking to the old. I love the new visual design, the design of the new settings menu, and the new features such as apk sideloading. Frankly, even in the insider version, I get more performance in 3d software. So yeah i will upgrade and i already did. With a little touch with NTLite to remove some sponsored modern apps. its better than ever.
Reason : N/A
I will stick on Windows 10 at least until 2024/25, because I feel that Windows 11 will be awful like Windows 10 RTM (v1507) until they decide to fix things like they do in later versions of Windows 10.
Yes. Windows 11 UI is about the only thing I read on MDL. Windows is far more developed under the UI. We just don't hear much about the operating system:
Apparently the OS is boring compared to the UI.(LOL)
3 PC's w/ 11 Win10 Pro installs
3 Laptops w/ 7 Win10 Pro installs
1 Tablet w/ 1 Win10 installs
None have the Win11 specified new CPU
1 test rig has the Asus TPM-M R2.0 14-1 Pin TPM Module & recognized, though.
I'm in no hurry to purchase newer generation PC's which will likely be needed to support Windows 11.
I currently dual boot Windows 7 Pro and Windows 10 Pro in all of my 4th and 6th generation PC's.
Windows 7 will be supported until January 2023 and Windows 10 will be supported until October 2025.
Windows 11 can wait.
Win11 is kind of hybrid shatshow as far as the UI goes (and it looks like they finalized it already), but then Win8-10 UI remains the greatest UI debacle in MS history so Win11 is actually still an improvement. The Start menu, it has been an issue in Win8, WIn10, and MS had to recapitulate there several times, and I expect a similar thing might happen for Win11 -- or as always, 3rd party apps will fill that void better than MS can or will. I don't know many people who don't use a 3rd party solution for Start in Win8 or 10. So, getting rid of ugly-@ss square corners: a plus. Introducing a little more translucency: a plus. Android app support: plus. Hardware limitations: negligible hype. "Start-y button in the middle, help I can't live": no words. So, any system that will need a recent OS: it will get Win11, not Win10. Any older or newer system that can run Win7, with or without mods and tricks: hell yes.
As soon as Oculus works on W11, I'll switch to it. I'm interested in DirectStorage and any subtle improvements to storage in-general that W11 will apparently have.
Edit: Actually, until I can sanely disable Windows Defender, or unless W11 has some other appealing feature, I'm more likely to stick with the next LTSC release over W11. But if Oculus is broken on both W11 and new LTSC, then I suppose I'll stick with W10.
I have been switching between 10 and 11 by backup's and I like 11 but it's still a bit buggy on my side the graphics functions but I like it
No way in hell - CBA dealing with their idiotic min. hardware requirements and especially TPM.
Windows 10 until 2024/25 and then Unix if nothing changes.
I went back to windows 10.
Version 11 is too slow and has performance problems, a lot of bugs.
Unreasonable system requirements.
Version 10 is now pretty stable and has predicted performance, runs and works on almost all systems.
On entertainment systems, yes. I am not seeing anything that makes that use case annoying or cumbersome.
On workstations, no, at least for now. There are a few show stopping UI changes that add consistent additional steps for absolutely no benefit and some functions I use constantly have been removed, the big one being forced task grouping.
I hope MS sees the common complaints and addresses them. There are hacks and mods for certain things but IMO that is just setting yourself up a future update breaking them.
I support a network of Windows 10 machines for a living so I will always have at least one personal Windows 10 machine to stay in the groove. I have a 9 month old laptop that fully supports Windows 11 and has been running it since the leaked build. My plan is to keep it on Windows 11 and continue to use a mix of 11 and 10 on my older desktops, depending of course on whether the work arounds for unsupported systems keep working.
I will definitely upgrade to W11 as it has a lot of improvement as compared to W10 especially in UI.
My CPU is not supported, yet I am running Windows 11 in it, in a dual-boot with windows 10.
If Microsoft allows it to be installed and used, I will definitely switch over to 11, otherwise go back to 10
Stick with LTSC 2019/LTSC 2022 and then I'll see how 11 LTSC goes in a few years.
Will be most likely 10 based 19044.xxx.