No, I never use "new" Microsoft software before SP3 in production.I upgraded yesterday and I must say that the improvements are brilliant - faster opening of apps, better look and feel and nicer sounds.
No issues during upgrade and just a little time to get used to the new interface, but this is way good compared to the basic Windows 10.
I read yesterday of issues with (some) AMD Ryzen processors so I'm holding off until there's a fix.
We fixed an L3 caching issue that might affect performance in some applications on devices that have AMD Ryzen processors after upgrading to Windows 11 (original release).
Hi Nodac I have win 11 clean install and i fixed the issue.I have a problem with right clicking in file explorer. The menu opens but closes immediately, I have to click several times for it to persist.
Nobody has this problem?
Also I had installed a preview a month or two ago, so I don't know if I really have the stable version of W11. How do you know?
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Really messed up terribly.
The message is that my processor is not supported but when I search for it in the list of supported processors it states that it's supported.
You can strip the bloat out of 10 with various powershell options.Does Windows 11, like 10, still come with preinstalled bloat like candy crush saga etc?
I stopped using Windows 10 about a year ago and installed Windows server 2019 essentials instead, it's basically Windows 10, with none of the bloat.
Have you tried disconnecting from the internet before doing that? I know windows 10 was like that with a certain build. If you were connected to the internet you would need a ms account but if internet was disconnected, it would allow you to use a local account.Installed Windows 11 home.
Hate the fact they're forcing non-tech people to not only have an internet connection but also a Microsoft account in order to install and use.
Managed to look up how to bypass the forced MS sign-up on my phone, but as soon as I installed updates and software and rebooted, the sign-in screen wouldn't let me use Windows at all unless I logged in with an MS account.
Had to log in using my MS account, then switch to a local account once signed in.
Managed to clear out all the bloat (disney+, xbox etc) using that powershell script, got my taskbar and quick launch bar back, so I'm happy.
Remains to be seen if it is a good OS or not. (for me, I mean!)
Yea it doesn't give you the option, that's the first thing I did before I begun the install process.Have you tried disconnecting from the internet before doing that? I know windows 10 was like that with a certain build. If you were connected to the internet you would need a ms account but if internet was disconnected, it would allow you to use a local account.