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There’s a lot to love about Windows 11, but the biggest benefit for most users will be its ability to keep up with Windows 10. What Windows 11 offers, though, is a much lighter, cleaner interface that you’ll be able to use to get your job done. While the changes are huge, it’s a lot easier to get into than Windows 10 is, and while you can stick with the older interface, you might get lost in that too. But if you’re looking for a Windows that feels like Windows 7 (in looks), Windows 10 (in features), and Windows 8 (in the start menu and setup wizard), you may find what you’re looking for in the updated OS.
When we first hear Windows 11 Pro announced, we were hoping for a significant upgrade in performance and battery life, but Microsoft didn’t have any major surprises this year, as the company wanted to deliver its first update for the version after its release in mid-2015. Most of the updates in Windows 11 are under the hood and slightly tweak performance, which is something we don’t blame Microsoft for not wanting to do. Everyone appreciates a fresh coat of paint, but in Windows, its just as important to add a little magic under the hood, since this is what makes it much easier to use, especially when it comes to multitasking, plugging in accessories, or making the desktop faster. For the most part, Windows 10 handled multitasking reasonably well, but Microsoft still felt there was room for improvement in Windows 11. Windows 11 does make it easier to plug in devices and use while a program is active, and this is a huge win in our book. Windows 11 includes universal clipboard support, allowing users to select text or images from any app and copy it to the system clipboard for pasting into another program. This clipboard support also translates across devices, with apps like Facebook Messenger creating desktop and mobile clients for one-to-one (sometimes one-to-many) chats, the same way they used to in Windows 10.
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In Windows 10, pinning something to the Taskbar will open its app in the correct view for that application by default; no extra clicks required. This is a nice feature and I highly recommend using it. In Windows 11, it’s not the case. For example, if you pin Amazon to the Taskbar, it will appear as a folder if you have only opened an app window in Amazon. Ouch, ouch, ouch. Microsoft should have made this default behavior be what Windows is like now, so I cannot recommend this behavior.
In Windows 10, you can set a Windows account password via the Logon Screen Settings app. To access the logon settings, click the Windows key + C to open the Charms bar, click Settings, then click Accounts. This is the place to go to in Windows 11 to set a password for an account.
There are still a lot of new Windows apps that will need at least some amount of work to port over to Windows 11 Pro. Microsoft is already working on the upgrade process, so we know there are major changes coming to the Windows Store, and that also includes the Windows Store for Linux and Mac OS X. Of course, not all apps are created equal, and some may not have the level of work needed to get a full update to Windows 11 Pro. Microsoft’s goal is to have the Windows Store have a good selection of apps available for Windows 11 Pro by the time it ships later this year.
Windows 10 isn’t a bad OS, but it does have its issues. The most frustrating thing is that its “upgrade” process sucks compared to other OSes. Windows 10 Mobile simply will not accept a clean install of Windows 10 Pro, you’ll need to upgrade from Windows 8 or Windows 7 first. For all of the reasons mentioned above, that’s just one more thing that makes Windows 10 suck.
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So that wraps up what Windows 11 will actually offer your hardware and how it affects you. Hopefully these three items will help you decide whether you should move forward with Windows 10 or roll back a version.
Windows 10 Home is a great option for most. Its a good choice if youre a new user looking for a cheaper, lighter option than Windows 8. (For more on Windows Home vs Pro, check out this support thread .) You can also use Windows Home for basic home use, i.e. email, browsing, creating Word docs, etc. If you want something that will run some basic software, while still connecting to the internet and sharing data with your Windows 10 Pro PC, its a perfect choice.
Overall Review: I really like the feel of this version of Windows so far. I would like to give it a 5, but, in reality it deserves a 3 because Microsoft should have seen this and fixed this. Like many others, I hqad a issue loading it up on my new build with a USB flash drive. My build is the lastest greatest and still received the, This computer does not meet the Windows 11 requirements, LOL!!! Thankfully plenty of others have had this issue and figured out how to fix it. I did have to change a few more things in the Bios on my Asus ROG Z690. When I went to change the CSM I had also change the other tabs from Legacy to UEFI. I was able to get it loaded, so everything is good.
Windows Sandbox is an extension of this idea, but instead of running other operating systems, it just creates a clean copy of the OS youre running. With Windows Sandbox, you can quickly install and try a potentially risky app and see if its dangerous before actually installing it on your machine. Windows Sandbox resets every time you open it, so its always a fresh start for testing.
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- 2GB RAM
- 500 MB of disk space
- 15 GB or more available disk space
- For testing purposes, the following versions of Internet Explorer are recommended: 11 (32-bit) and 12 (64-bit)
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- Minimum 1 GB of RAM.
- Minimum 2.1 GHz of Intel® Core™ Processor
- Maximum 128 GB of Microsoft® Windows® 10
- Maximum 1TB of hard disk space
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