Still cannot group apps in the start menu.... this alone is a big fail from a productivity standpoint for me... I just don't use my computer (with which I use for work) the same way I use my phone. -- Hell, even my phone can group apps!!! - lol
"This version of Windows marks a major hardware transition, with Microsoft drawing a firm line in the silicon and declaring that the majority of current CPUs will be obsolete when Windows 10 support expires in October 2025"
How the f...k can such a declaration be considered sane? Planned obsolescence of CURRENT CPU's in only 4 years from now? FOUR YEARS!
The return of rounded corners is the only positive I see so far. It adds distinction to visual elements and makes overlapping windows easier to tell apart in a monochromatic "modern" aesthetic. Also, when I tried Win11 a little while back I was able to shift the taskbar items to the left, I.e. their normal starting point. Can't remember exactly where its hidden, unfortunately. I might have Duckducked it it.
Tried it. Used for the better part of a say on my Ryzen TR 3970X system and reverted back to Windows 10 by the end of the day. Better than Windows 10? I Don't Think So! I mean seriously with all the usability misses in that OS compared to Windows 10, I would not call it "Better" or even "As good as". To me it is just another Windows ME/Vista/and Win 8.0, and we all know how hated those releases were.