By Dervish / Last update December 24, 2021

Following half a month utilizing the beta and seven days with the last form of Windows 11, I've yet to track down a genuine motivation to utilize it.

Once in a while, Microsoft must choose the option to update Windows. Windows Millennium Edition, also known as Windows Me, was dreadful. Its replacement, Windows XP, was vastly improved.

XP's substitution, Vista, was crummy. Microsoft caused us to disregard Vista with Windows 7 which to many individuals, was the best form of Windows. Microsoft then, at that point, attempted, and fizzled, to supplant it with the troubling Windows 8 and 8.1. Then, at that point, the organization hit the nail on the head again with Windows 10. That ought to have been its finish.

While Windows kept on getting significant updates, for example, Windows 10 variant 21H1, the brand was still Windows 10 to the point that it was no longer. So it is that we currently have Windows 11.

Do you see a theme here? Microsoft appears to substitute awful and afterward great working frameworks discharges. In case Windows 10 was great, Windows 11 will be a helpless replacement.

Subsequent to working with Windows 11 for half a month, I wouldn't call it awful. All things considered, I think that it is silly.

Indeed, the Windows 11 security refreshes are great on the off chance that you have the right equipment. Be that as it may, as I brought up as of late, you would already be able to utilize those security refreshes in case you're running the Windows 10 20H2 delivery (Windows 10 October 2020 Update). So the point in overhauling from Windows 10 to 11 is what, precisely?

Certain individuals think it looks pleasant. That is a question of taste. As far as I might be concerned, it's "Meh." It's Windows 10's face with some superficial "enhancements, for example, a taskbar with every one of your symbols focused naturally. The Start menu has returned and presently accompanies stuck and suggested applications. Windows 7 style gadgets have likewise made a rebound. I don't utilize them, mind you, however, they're there. Goodness, and Live Tiles, buh-bye! (Did anybody at any point utilize those?)

Updating a current PC to Windows 11 is as yet something of a crapshoot. Some if not quick processors can't run it. Also, without Trusted Platform Module (TPM) 2.0, you're going no place. Out of the about six Windows 10 frameworks I or my accomplice possessed in 2020, not one could run Windows 11. Before you even ponder moving to Windows 11, you should run the Microsoft PC Health Check application.

Refreshing a Windows 10 PC to 11 is likewise tedious. My fundamental Windows 11 test framework is a Dell XPS 8940 Special Edition tower PC. This unit accompanied an eleventh Gen Intel Core 2.5GHz i7-11700 processor; AMD Radeon RX 5700 8 GB GDDR6 designs; 32 GB of RAM, a 512 GB PCIe M.2 Solid State Drive (SSD), and a 1 TB SATA 7200 RPM HDD; and it's associated with the Internet with a Gigabit association. At the end of the day, this is one quick machine. It actually took me over an hour to overhaul it.

This is only me in my office, so that is no problem at all. However, in case I needed to redesign handfuls or many machines, that is a ton of costly an ideal opportunity for your IT staff and your laborers wasting time.

Gracious, and did I make reference to that Windows 11 dials back AMD Ryzen CPUs by 10% to 15% on requesting applications? Or on the other hand that Windows 11 doesn't play pleasantly with Intel Killer and SmartByte organizing programming? Microsoft guarantees the two issues will be fixed by Oct. 12.

Possibly all will be well soon. Yet, what stresses me is that these issues are really simple to spot, and they're major issues with AMD and Intel equipment. That is to say, who runs Windows without AMD or Intel processors? How should Microsoft not have spotted and fixed these bugs well before the Windows 11 last delivery came around? What different issues with more dark equipment or programming may hang tight out there for you to stagger over?

Gracious, and here's an issue I didn't see right away on the grounds that I run Windows 11 Pro.

Assuming you're utilizing Windows 11 Home, you should have both an Internet association and a Microsoft record to run Windows 11 by any means. No, Internet, no Microsoft account, no Windows 11. You can't set up a neighborhood client record or utilize your PC by any stretch of the imagination.

Indeed, there aren't many individuals in that circumstance, however, they are out there. I know. I consumed an hour investigating what resembled a bombed Windows 11 establishment when I at last staggered over the Windows 11 Home hiccup. Much appreciated, Microsoft.

I think the functions in Windows 11 are not powerful enough to be worthy of your update. Windows 11 has not brought me closer to anything I like. This is just a tedious and a bit stimulating update, I choose to skip it.

Pointless truly is a good word for it.

Stay with Windows 10 for the time being. In the long run, you'll need to purchase another PC with Windows 11, yet there's no compelling reason to race into it. Assuming you truly feel like you need something other than what's expected, and conceivably better, might I recommend Linux Mint, a Chromebook, or Windows 365 Cloud PC?