Microsoft’s latest operating system, Windows 11, Here, any existing Windows 10 users can upgrade. Of course, with the launch of any new operating system, especially Microsoft’s operating system, it is always careful to make mistakes before committing to an upgrade, or just wait until there is no other choice, and will naturally react. And this is exactly what PC Gamer readers do.
We like most of the UI changes in Windows 11, but the hasty release made us feel headaches about other changes, such as the inability to move the taskbar or Strangely high system requirementsNow, we recommend that most people wait at least until spring, that is, before and after the first major update of Windows 11, before they can upgrade their current operating system.
Having said that, we were curious and asked PC Gamer readers on Twitter and Facebook whether they agreed to upgrade to Windows 11. After 25,000 votes, it turned out that many of our readers are playing it safely. On Twitter, 41% of people voted “not yet” to upgrade, while up to 36% voted “no”.
From the responses, people are Memory leak arrive Reduce connection speedIf you have a second PC and are not too worried about the possibility of damage, you can install Windows 11. This is the method some of our employees have been doing.
We have similar feelings Facebook page as well as.Although it has a low voter turnout, I’m pretty sure Blackout Is the culprit. “Not yet” and “No” voters dismissed this. Of the more than 4,000 voters today, only 889 said “yes” to the upgrade.According to some comments, system requirements, such as TPM 2.0 for Windows 11 Requirements, what keeps people away.
If you are still interested, if you are an existing Windows 10 user, Windows 11 has been released and can be upgraded for free.If you need help, we can guide you through Install here. you have one 10 days grace period If you think Windows 11 is not for you, please roll back to Windows 10.