Can you guys see the Jan-23 stat of Win 10?! That's me downgrading the PCs with Win 11 I'm taking care of. I though that why wouldn't I upgrade the PCs at home and the new ones I build as a hobby projects to Win 11 if it's free to do so?!
Then when I played around with the hardware, switching stuff back and forth, Win 11 told me it's not activated anymore. 🤬 And when I requsested help from support, the automated s#!t chatbot didn't help out like real people before, but only told me to buy new license key. So I had to wipe everything and reinstall Win 10. Win 10 was bound to the mobo. It was no matter if I moved it to a new case with new CPU and RAM, Win 10 just activated itself the first time I hoppen onto the internet. This is my biggest annoyance.
The second, almost same magnitude one is, that Win 11 forces me to have a Microsoft account. Of course, I could just create a temporary one, then create a local, make the local admin, and delete the online one, but it's way too many steps for me, and also Win 11 is limited without the online account.
So probably I will be stuck at Win 10 for now. Didn't see anything in Win 11 that blew my mind anyway