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Are you going to upgrade to Windows 11 as soon as it comes out? At 5.10?


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The possibility of malfunctions (and blue screens) skyrockets.

  • Reliability: Devices that do not meet the minimum system requirements had 52% more kernel mode crashes. Devices that do meet the minimum system requirements had a 99.8% crash free experience.

 

52 percent more than 0.2 percent is a little more than 0.3

Not high percentages at all

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It might be worthwhile to start a discussion "Let's see on which more delusional computer system you will be able to install 11 ",

Because I can not see what the last 2 comments and a few more before are related to the topic of discussion ....

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The reason I feel much safer is to switch to Windows 11 when it comes out, that's why the new operating system is based on it 10, on it , With all the improvements that will not be.

Also did performance tests for games in old BUILDs running on The old ones and it worked great.

So it feels different this time ....

 

Recommend watching this from Linus' channel as well:

 

 

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Depending on what you do with the computer - if it's just internet / gaming computers - upgrade, max, there will be issues, reinstall. If it's a work computer - I'll wait a few months. Especially if you have software that uses hardware like , Or software that uses dedicated video card drivers, etc. 

I would not want to be the first to discover a glitch and now wait two months until there is a fix. 

 

 

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