[dba-Tech] Windows 11

Helmut Kotsch hkotsch at arcor.de
Mon Nov 1 19:40:20 CDT 2021


I installed Win11 on VMware as a virtual machine.
Just to play with it and get a feeling of it.
With some tricks you can install it even if your hardware does not meet the
hardware requirements. TPM etc.
Looks good, but I would not install it on my primary working PC. Too many
Win10 is supported until 2025. 

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Hi Rocky

As mentioned in my post of Oct. 11th, I run it on my old home Workstation
with great success.
It boots and runs very fast. My major complain is the lousy, crammed, and
unflexible Start menu, where you feel set back to Windows 7. I’ll predict
this to be one of the first areas for improvement.


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Emne: [dba-Tech] Windows 11

I have an upgrade notice on my box for Windows 11 - no charge.

I am a little leery as every other release of Windows seems to be a dog.
(And every other one a gem, of course)

Has anyone had any experience with 11? Go or bad. What does it have that 10
is missing?


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