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    Default Windows 11 releasing on October 5th


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    Default Re: Windows 11 releasing on October 5th

    Brilliant.

    I obsess about software updates on any of my devices, and spend more time checking for updates than downloading updates.

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    Default Re: Windows 11 releasing on October 5th

    Let the fun begin

    What will work, what won't, how to get around certain "blockages" Could be "interesting".

    At the moment with only insider versions its a bit hit and miss.

    But - but - but my computers only 10 years old why wont it work ???

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    Default Re: Windows 11 releasing on October 5th

    Hopefully this works perfectly. I'd personally wait for a few more months.

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    Default Re: Windows 11 releasing on October 5th

    The Beta version runs very nicely on my machines. Appears to be quicker than 10 was and MSFS 2020 is running well.
    I guess you will have a secure workload for the forseeable future Wainuitech

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    Default Re: Windows 11 releasing on October 5th

    Quote Originally Posted by wainuitech View Post
    Let the fun begin

    What will work, what won't, how to get around certain "blockages" Could be "interesting".

    At the moment with only insider versions its a bit hit and miss.

    But - but - but my computers only 10 years old why wont it work ???
    Went to use a machine running 10 the other day and kept moving my mouse to the center for the taskbar

    muscle memory didn't take long to kick in lol.

    Will be interested to see some games take advantage of direct storage, other than that there doesn't feel like much is all that different tbh. That's probably for the best though.

    Start menu is still horrendous but Microsoft is gunna Microsoft

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