What it Says On The Tin. Anyone going to take one for the team and give Windows 11 a go straight away?
Yes.Can you move the start button back to the lower left corner?
Cool. That was my primary gripe with W11 so I might get it after the inevitable teething pains have been ironed out.Yes.
The Windows Start button should be on the left side of the taskbar. We'll show you where to find the setting to move it back.www.cnet.com
I'll probably end up with it on my work laptop sooner or later, but at on my gaming desktop, windows 7 is still going strong. Though, I have to switch into my dualboot install of 10 now when I want to use VR... but I haven't done that in months and months.
What is Win11 offering that has you switching?After perusing the /r/Windows11 sub, I checked the device security settings on the desktop. Turns out *all* the hardware security options on the motherboard had been disabled by default since I bought the thing. It wants Secure Boot, TPM, and virtualization all turned on. Since this isn't going to be anything but a Windows box for now, turning them on isn't that big a deal, at least not for *that*.
Yeah, now those damn AMDers will have to settle for Intel performance for their chips, which might not be the same as the good old days of Intel dominance, but at least it's something.I mean, that only affects the dirty AMD peasants, and not the glorious Intel master race.
Windows 11 memory leak problem causes File Explorer to eat RAMReason #1 to not switch to a new OS so early: Windows 11 bug could reduce Ryzen CPU performance by up to 15%, AMD says
A couple of fixes are due next week.Reason #1 to not switch to a new OS so early: Windows 11 bug could reduce Ryzen CPU performance by up to 15%, AMD says
Win11 pretty much demands that you be running an 8th generation or later CPU, so anyone who didn't buy their computer brand new less than 4 years ago gets left out (8th gen was introduced in Fall of 2017).Latest update from WinX pretty much confirms I won’t be able to upgrade to 11.