Windows 10 vs 11 | Speed Test

Windows 10 vs 11 | Speed Test
Windows 10 vs 11 speed test. A direct performance comparison between Windows 10 and Windows 11, from real world usage to benchmarking software.

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Intro 0:00
Startup 0:06
Storage 0:36
Memory 0:49
Battery 1:19
Audio Editing 1:41
Video Editing 2:02
Application Opening 2:31
Web Browsing 3:29
File Transfer 3:53
Virus Scanning 4:13
Benchmarks 4:35
Conclusion 7:17

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35 thoughts on “Windows 10 vs 11 | Speed Test”

  1. Just another failure of Microsoft. In 10 years, users will optimize it themselves.
    Those who install 11 just want a new look. And this is exactly what Microsoft should have done – release some plugin with cool themes for 10, and not release it into production under the guise of a new OS.

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  2. Windows 11 will go down in history like Windows Vista. They’ll go back to the previous Windows setup due to popular demand when people hate what they did to the OS, and serves them right, if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. Just speed up the software, scripting and code and forget about all these useless UI overlays, they only slow our computers down.

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  3. Windows 11 is a bloatware. I installed last night and lock screen login was struggling to reach desktop screen and UI over all is a resource hunger. Also I'm glad microsoft allows for 'go back' to Windows 10 via settings.

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  4. I don't think it's any surprise that the newer operating system is more resource intensive, since newer software generally needs better specs. I mean, with a modern computer Windows XP or W7 would probably outperform W10 and W11, but that doesn't mean they're better because they also won't be able to handle some new software or hardware properly.
    I personally always go with the latest operating system, unless I have a very good reason not to.

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