Windows 11 - Thoughts??

Johnny b

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Same here RT lol.

So much to learn and the chance it becomes worthless the moment a MS update conflicts with it.
 

flavallee

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Windows 10 21H2 is getting ready. Forced update ? No idea.
I did a clean install of
Windows 10 Pro Insider Preview 21H2 19044.1149 64-bit
yesterday and have it set up in dual boot mode with
Windows 10 Pro 21H1 19043.1110 64-bit
which has been installed since January.

This will give me time to play with it before Microsoft releases the final 21H2 in October or soon thereafter.

I haven't seen any obvious differences yet between the 2 versions.

Windows 11 Pro Insider Preview 21H2 22000.71 64-bit was very short-lived in this computer.

It's very different than Windows 10 and is going to be very challenging for a computer novice to set up and use.

I can definitely live without it for now.

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Cookiegal

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@TechWizard05 that video was already posted by @Johnny b in post #15
Hey Randy, he was just quoting Johnny's post and then adding his own comment after having watched it. ;)
 
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Johnny b

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Some of the 'welcomed thoughts' at a recent MS outreach didn't go very well.
Thoughts about required hardware.
And that seems a theme also seen at TSG.

Microsoft’s Windows 11 outreach efforts aren’t going very well
https://arstechnica.com/gadgets/202...ws-11-outreach-efforts-arent-going-very-well/

"Group policy will not enable you to get around hardware enforcement for Windows 11. We're still going to block you from upgrading your device... to make sure your devices stay supported and secure."

Unsurprisingly, these answers didn't seem to go over well with the audience—according to Windows Central, the video's top comment read, "A lot of these answers come off as super tone deaf... it's looking like Windows 11 will be another Windows 8."
Further:
Unfortunately, we're left to take various blogs' word on what the Microsoft Tech Community users had to say, because Microsoft simply disabled comments on the video—deleting all existing comments—in response to the negativity. Although the comments are gone, the voting is not—with 2.7K dislikes and only 146 likes as of this afternoon.
Deja Vu all over again?
Me, Vista, 8.......... and now 11?
 

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