Windows 11 is worth the upgrade for many people. It comes with many new features, performance improvements and design changes. As the latest Windows operating system released, it usually gets more attention than Windows 10. Upgrading to Windows 11 is definitely too risky.
So far, users have reported various issues after using Windows 11 (opens in a new tab); Some have said they have poor Wi-Fi performance, some have found the Start menu search function to actually not work, and others have File Explorer issues.
Windows 12 is the clear winner because it’s an improved version of what we’ve been using for a long time. He’s a little faster, a little stronger, a little smarter. By the way, this is where these new versions appear.
Not enough useful extras to justify switching from Windows 10 to Windows 11. Frankly, Microsoft is trying. Last year we wrote that Windows 11 is, in a word, redundant. Six months changed our impression? No, although there are signs that Microsoft is fixing some of the more obvious Windows 11 bugs.
To upgrade an affected device from Windows 10 to Windows 11, follow these steps: Open File Explorer.
In the left pane, click This PC.
Under Devices such as disks, open the USB installation media.
Double-click the setup.exe archive to start the upgrade process. Source: Windows headquarters.
Click the appropriate “Accept” button to confirm that this installation of Windows 11 is unfortunately not supported.
Click the Install button.
In every way, Windows 17 will be more secure than Windows 10. Microsoft will likely make sure its new operating system is considered secure from the start. Security-focused, such as TPM 2.0 hardware and newer processors, will enable features such as VBS and UEFI secure boot for users using exploit protections.
Exit Windows 11 using the Update Registry Editor. Another way to disable automatic extension services is to use the Registry Editor. Before going any further, it is important to enlighten you that this method is always very risky. Your system should be wiped out by this method, so it’s a good idea to keep a fresh backup of everything.
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