When Windows 10 came around there was a lot of noise about how it was "really not that bad", at least compared to Windows 8/8.1, and I ended up making the move to it pretty early on. I've seen virtually nothing about the stability/capabilities of Windows 11, all I've really seen is the Apple-i-fication of the Task/Start Bar (which is basically just added work for me in removing it and going back to the layout I've been using for years). It seems the gap from announcement to roll-out has been really short this time.
My machine should be more than capable, and Razer even say it will be good for Windows 11 with all the required hardware.
I've just had the notification that Windows 11 is ready for my machine. Is there any benefit in doing it now, or are they just getting muppets in for Beta testing? There is a worrying list of deprecations and removals, though I'm mainly concerned around performance impacts and core navigation...I've spent probably more time than I should having a clear desktop, with everything neatly pinned and organised in the Start Menu and correctly folderising documents...I'd hate to lose all that and end up with a shit-fest Desktop again...
Has anyone taken the plunge into Windows 11 for a daily driver yet?