Windows 11

Joe C

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Windows 11 going into Beta 22000/100:
If you are in the Dev Channel, now would be the right time to consider switching to the Beta Channel if you want to stay on more stabilized builds of Windows 11. For those of you new to the Windows Insider Program and flighting of OS updates – check out this article for how flighting works. (We use the term “flighting” for the activity of releasing new OS updates to Insiders.)
https://blogs.windows.com/windows-i...g-windows-11-insider-preview-build-22000-100/
 

shamzore

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I went into the bios today. Found that there is a fTPM of 2.0 But enable will cause this computer not able to start up the drive with Windows 10 on it. It just can't see the m.2 drive.
 

Joe C

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Windows 11 is officially out.
The beta testers ....errr.... I mean the general public is now starting to help M$ fix all those bugs. Just like Windows 10, 11 is a half baked o.s. with a multitude of issues:
"Windows 11 is officially released, and users are running into various issues and problems preventing them from upgrading or using the new operating system correctly."
After upgrading to Windows 11, some users report that they still have the Windows 10 taskbar rather than the revamped one designed for the new operating system.

People are reporting that the Start Menu no longer works after upgrading to Windows 11. When they attempt to use it, it simply won't open or will freeze.

AMD has announced that users can experience up to a 5% CPU performance hit when using certain applications, with some games seeing as high as a 15% hit.

Some users see a message stating, "This PC doesn't currently meet all the system requirements for Windows 11" on the Windows Update page even if their hardware is compatible.

Since the release of Windows 11 preview builds, File Explorer has been experiencing a memory leak causing the application to use too much system memory.

If Oracle VirtualBox is installed on a Windows 11 device that has Hyper-V enabled, a compatibility issue may cause virtual machines (VMs) not to start.

Microsoft has discovered compatibility issues with the Intel "Killer" and Dell "SmartByte" network optimization applications.

Microsoft has discovered a compatibility issue with the Cốc Cốc browser that prevents the browser from opening and may cause other problems and errors.

Microsoft states that they are investigating the issues and will provide further information when it becomes available
 
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