Thank you so muchWin 11 is still in development.
At the moment, anyone using Win 11 is essentially a Beta tester.
But isn't that the way with most of MS early releases? ( )
The release version is yet to come, followed by a long trail of upgrades and fixes.
As usual, some will like the changes, some won't.
'Better' is rather subjective.
Since Win 11 won't install on any of my present computers and I'm not of a mind to buy or build a new computer just to get the latest from MS, I'm in the 'No' camp automatically.
I have tried WIn 10 but I prefer Puppy Linux for all my Internet connectivity.
I strongly suspect the same would apply with Win 11.
For me, though, still using Win 7Pro as a stand alone computer, the question would be, is Win 11 better than Win 7Pro.
Again, for me.....'No'.
It does exactly what I want and need from it.
Agree.whether it is better or worse, depends on the users perception and the computer. there is no real answer that would fit everyone.
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