Be kind because you don't know
- Sep 12, 2013
For me it’s been with my phone and updating iOS, several times have I lost info, photos and whatevs or everything during the update. Sometimes after I just get ever persistent bugs that I have to do a hard reset. But I think the biggest issue may be me. I’m always on the verge of maxing out my memory lolI have had far worse experiences after upgrading Mac OSs than I did with Windows OSs. That said, I'm currently on Windows 10, and while it wanted me to create (well, in my case, link) a Microsoft account, I was able to avoid doing so. Hopefully that will be the case with Windows 11 as well.
Windows 11 will require TPM 2.0, which will limit some compatibility. It isn't a terrible thing, but isn't needed by everyone. It allows things like Bitlocker to encrypt the hard drive, something I do not need on my gaming PC. For anything work related? Sure, but my desktop PC doesn't need encryption.
It is wise to sit back and wait I think and see how this all plays out. It might be fine, but then again, there's facts behind the "every other windows release is terrible" meme. It has been largely true.
"It's a feature mainly intended for enterprise customers to be able to lock down the corporate PCs they drop into their offices and make sure they don't get compromised.
And if you're upgrading from Windows 10 to Windows 11 then you don't have to worry about VBS being enabled, unless you were already running an enterprise version of the older OS, that is. The issue comes if you're receiving a machine which has had an OEM build of Windows 11 installed on it."
Why wouldn't we give this info clicks?
I don’t know exactly, this may help.Windows 10 won’t be stopping any time soon I hope? How long do they normally let an older OS run for before laying it to rest please?