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Thanks for putting together this analysis for readers like me who are still wondering whether to move to Windows 11, excellent work.
I have a request that I believe will help us as the reader understand these articles even better. Since in this article Techspot is toggling constantly between "Higher is better" and "Lower is better", could you do something like either:
1) Make "Higher is better" a different color from "Lower is better" (such as Red for "Higher" and Blue for "Lower") or
Thanks so much if you are able to do this and keep up the great and interesting analysis articles not found anywhere else!
By now there are some tools that can tame Win10's aggressive telemetry like WinAeroTweaker (which is a GUI for a set of powershell commands that one can type by themselves)Is windows 11 less invasive compared to how people view windows 10?
The step forward for Microsoft is deep inside, for security reasons. Microsoft has the most vulnerabilities in any OS. They are not focusing on performance in their OS.I don't see any step forward, but rather by following Apple by making their products worse.
Is windows 11 less invasive compared to how people view windows 10?
what was your method for doing this? I'm interested in trying it out myself from usb while I have the tools.Seems much better in that respect
I was quite happy that Windows 11 could not be installed on any of my machines
(until it could be)
I'm currently running Windows 11 Pro from a single 32GB MBR partition on a 64GB thumb drive on a 10 year old Sandy Bridge without TPM or secure boot
Seems very "Light Weight" and less intrusive than Windows 10
Now that I've tried it, I actually like it