Why Windows 11 Is Still Unnecessary: 6 Month Re-Review

Why Windows 11 Is Still Unnecessary: 6 Month Re-Review
At the launch of Windows 11 Mark said you could be fine skipping it for now, but after 6 months of using it he still feels like it’s unnecessary. Windows 11 is still playing catch up to Windows 10 in so many ways, even after plenty of updates. To be fair though, there are signs that Microsoft is fixing some of Windows 11’s most obvious flaws. Hopefully with more time (and some promised features) it will be the obvious upgrade.

Read the full re-review at PCWorld.com: https://www.pcworld.com/article/628721/windows-11-at-6-months-still-playing-catchup-to-windows-10.html

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48 thoughts on “Why Windows 11 Is Still Unnecessary: 6 Month Re-Review”

  1. I still miss all the colors of windows 8.1. Also it didn't try to merge the touch interface and the desktop ui, like win 10.
    Also on a touch device, the animations and swipe gestures of 8.1 are waaaaay better, and still feels snappier then 10.
    I also tried 11 and it felt more steps were taken backwards then forwards. They just changed things for the sake of changing them, and not for making them better.

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  2. Im not going to lie. I have never rolled back on an operating system before, rather than learning it. I tried 11 for a few solid months. I'm a younger open minded individual, and I hated windows 11 so much the media creation tool is working as we speak to bring me back to 10. They even changed the right click menu. THE RIGHT CLICK MENU. You can't mess with 20+ year old muscle memory like that. All the nonsense changes in combo with 11's completely broken power management on my Thinkpad have sent me running back to 10.

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  3. can you create another video about windows 11 right now ? the newest video about windows 11 i found is for 5 months ago i want to know windows 11 right now fixed they problems and upgrading it is worth it now ?

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  4. One thing I really miss in W11 is the ability to right click on an icon in the start menu to show recent files from the get go. Add to that there is now no easy way to connect my Bluetooth headset when needed. In W10 you click on the notifications bottom right of the screen and double click on the Bluetooth icon. In W11 I have to go back through settings every time.

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  5. Definitely unnecessary for login using Ms account. People need to use tricks to setup local account in windows 11. Biggest problems it 64 bit only. What about my old 32 bit apps that work perfectly on windows 10 isn't for windows 11.

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  6. They've been farking up the Start Menu for years. The problem is if you pay someone to redesign things, they will redesign them regardless of whether they need redesigning. No interior designer ever said, "your house looks great as it is". The Start/Taskbar is a deal breaker for me. I find having the taskbar on the left far more ergonomic for me personally (copied it from a colleague at work and instantly loved it). Modern monitors are wide and I hate wasting screen height on it, but I don't like hiding it either.

    Somebody needs to go to wherever UI (ooh sorry, UX) designers go to school and tell them that removing options so everyone has to do what they themselves like is not design. It's just being an ass.

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  7. Recently bought a new PC the other day and completely wiped windows 11 off it and replaced it with windows 10 after having it on for a total of 5 minutes, hated the fact that it was like crappleware.

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  8. Good video. Been using Windows 11 for the past six months. It is one louder than Windows 10. But, seriously, I still think the Start Menu is a bad idea and that the Win 3.11 icons were way more intelligent.

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  9. What about performance? Memory management? I don't care about photos, snap-chat or paint. What about Microsoft moving away from a "windows" platform and pumping all their technology into the browser edge? Not much of a review dude. I'm on the Microsoft Insider Program too. So what? Let's all complain about Microsoft! Great! Surprised your editor even let you post this.

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  10. My windows 11 doesn't update anymore and then the windows update troubleshooter has an error trying to fix an error? lol and the solution to 'fix' it just takes you all around the houses and the problem still persists, so i just don't update anymore, fixed! lol

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  11. I just recently purchased a new desktop PC with Windows 11 and I love the new OS. I never cared much for the Vista/Windows 8/Windows 10 block of Microsoft operating systems. Windows 11 feels more like Windows XP which IMHO was Microsoft's best OS.

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