Is it FINALLY time to install Windows 11?
Is Windows 11 still BUGGY or is it FINALLY time to install it?
Is it finally time to install Windows 11 or does it still suck?
I just spent 3 weeks on the road with only a Windows 11 computer and oh boy, did I learn a few things about Windows 11.
So is it ready for that update?
Should you upgrade to Windows 11 or is it still better to wait?
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38 thoughts on “Is it FINALLY time to install Windows 11?”
Just hate the start menu and the drag & drop disabling
1:57 maybe because windows 11 acts different than windows 10 so they had to recode some features because drag n drop is back in 22h2
Using Win11 last 7 months with a un-supported system(Assembled PC)..only Send to desktop (shrtcut) is very painful..I can connect my blue ooth earphones with win 11,was unable with Win 10.
I'll wait for the 22H2 update to give it another shot (since this particular update brings a lot of necessary fixes and features to Windows 11)
1:53 i heard this was allowed now in a recent update? Or maybe it's in the upcoming 22H2? I'm still on Wind10 so idk for sure.
Linux Mint is the best operating system.
Hey, I have an idea for a video. It took me about 24hours to figure out how to make my windows 11 touchpad work again. It stopped working in the blink of an eye. I read and tried every fix. Early on I came across instructions on some guru's website to "delete the HID entry" but, it was in the middle of a section on drivers. The Human Interface Devices are not in the drivers section. After taking the drastic step of reinstalling windows 11 (which did not work), I, at last, figured out both where and what a HID device was and deleted the entry. I restarted my laptop and BINGO, the touchpad worked. A video on HID, when and how to use it would be great.
I hope windows 7 will be open source
i have a new hp running ryzen processor,32 gig mem 525 gigssd..it does not run well on win11..it can't find my camer..microphone….went back to qin 10
u might let ppl know that any 22000 build will instal on any pc
I've been running W11 for about six months on this desktop I built (i7-12700k) and it works fine. Some minor complaints about menus, but I do a lot of gaming and networking stuff and it works just fine.
This video should be titled, "Does Windows still have about 80% market share?"
They way Linux Distros looks and feels should be Windows 11 and even better . Windows 11 is ok but like you did mentioned before there is no point switching from windows 10
I'll probably upgrade after 22H2 releases to the public because the upcoming update will bring old features back such as the drag and drop feature and tabs in File Explorer
I watched another video recently and they said the Drag and Hover feature was fixed. So, I'm a little confused now. I'll probably wait for a few more years before I upgrade anyway. LoL!
?? Can I connect 2 computers to 1 USB WIFI Adapter?? Cheers
Drivers for me have been a bit finicky. Audio sometimes drops out and says no audio device is installed after a while. The system is also not quite as responsive for me.
Aug 20, 2022 purchased two new computers. One a very cheap one and the other about mid price. Only took home the inexpensive computer and began set up. What drove me crazy was all the passwords it needed. Then once it was functioning it was slow as could be. Just shutting it down I had to google. What I forgot at the beginning was I bought them both with windows 11. Not a fan needs an update to be more like windows 10. Plus Microsoft is trying to bring back the monthly charge. Office is only on a monthly or annual charge.
Do the new Intel computer chips like the i9 12900K take advantage of windows 11. For gamers I thought I read somewhere that windows 11 is necessary for certain functions. Is this true?
I have a 4 years old HP, with an i7, with 8gb of RAM. I have not had any issues I could say are attributable to Win 11. I did switch from Chrome to Edge and Edge does not exactly thrill me with its speed.
I use Win 11 for several months now and it's great, but still a little buggy sometimes with some apps/websites and I don't understand why!
Use windows 10 offline. Use a tablet for browsing and media. Love it. It works. Forget 11.
Win11 comes with a MacOS look and feel, that alone is a put off for many.
Honestly, the UI of W10 is horrible. I'm considering going for the update now as it looks more appealing. Most of my peripherals are recent so, I hope there are no compatibility issues and an even more optimized version is released in the near future
i upgraded to W11 but i had to do a factory reset… now i can't get the upgrade option via Windows Update. Do i have to wait or is there a way to bypass the waiting?
I have the experience of not connecting to Public Wi-Fi ? Definitely a bug in Win 11.
Will be going to a Public Place tomorrow night, will see if they corrected it?
I honestly had zero issues going from 10 to 11. I'm an avid gamer and with all my records and testing, my games performed EXACTLY the same on both OSes. I prefer the 3D design and rounded corners in Win 11 to the flat everything in Win10 (it was refreshing coming from Windows 8.1, yes, 8.1), but not it's quite boring to look at. For me it was a matter of if it hampered my FPS at all, I would go back, but now I get to use basically a reskinned Windows 10 (because all the core functionality is the same IMO, even optimisations that work on Win 10 still work on Win 11, files are the same, etc) with a prettier UI in my opinion. If 12 comes out and I can run it, I'll test it and if I don't lose any raw performance, I'll keep it. Simple as that.
Why oh why are scroll bars so hard to see and use…
Yup, will stick to WIndows 10. Sorry Windows 11.
Windows 11 back when I first got it last November had problems with the video flickering or just not working…and I had to reboot to get my computer back. They seem to have fixed that but I won't watch a video full screen I don't trust it.
You can't add a toolbar to the taskbar like in Win10, I love the feature. Essentially you just browse to & select a folder to set it up. The implementation is great for quick access, in my case templates. Hoping they will bring it to Win11 as well.
I’m still using Windows 7 lol, and it’s still the best x
Hi, went from windows 7 to windows 11. Likening it more every day but still has some quirks.
drag n drop.. happened to me today, i thought it was bug 😀
I've been using Windows 11 since late 2021
Windows 11 worked perfectly on my computer after I upgraded from windows 10 and I have a mid-range computer.
Been on 11 since release, never had any issues and it's always been fast and smooth on my laptop which I also use for gaming and programming. I guess everyone has a different experience. Personally never dragged and dropped to the task bar, I drag and alt-tab to the right application