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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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From reports I've seen on the net, the operating system is grounded 10 recent upgrades (everything we saw, UI, AUTO-, PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENTS, STORE ETC.)

So from what I can see, there is no real fear of upgrading, I have seen a lot of forums where it is said that the operating system is stable, and people have not experienced CRASHs.

On the other hand, there are those who always say to wait a few months - it seems really unnecessary to me, I will not go along this line.

 

I seem to be upgrading whatever comes out, or at most I'll wait a few days to see what's going on online.

What about you?

 

 

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Operating system There are always improvements from generation to generation, that's true, but performance improvements will almost never be day and night, and they also depend a lot on custom drivers. There is a good situation that on new computers you will see certain benefits, but on old computers or those that are not officially supported - you will not see, or even have a certain setback.

 

The only way to know is to try, or wait for enough users to try for you.

 

The most interesting feature for me in Windows 11 is built-in application support . If it was critical for me, I might have installed it now, but it is not, so I can wait.

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Two polar approaches, install immediately versus do not install at all.

Obviously it's best to be in the middle, as in many things.

What is the middle?

Until after the second build from the time the system exits, or in the case of 11,

After a significant first update.

And of course be attentive to online screams, as is the best tradition in all 

Microsoft operating systems.

 

Renew, if and when .....

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Micho in the MDL forum was able to upgrade to an old computer

While the installation was preparing the files he moved the file

appraiserres.dll from an old operating system like 1703 for the folder   .BT \ Sources

And the upgrade continued normal

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Micho in the MDL forum was able to upgrade to an old computer

While the installation was preparing the files he moved the file

appraiserres.dll From an old operating system like 1703 to a folder   Windows.BT \ Sources

And the upgrade continued normal

 

Well and ....?

 

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And maybe he's right ...

Because it's working now, on early and not final / official versions,

By no means do I want to convey that I recommend for the mother to be inactive.

And in any case, I understand at least, the topic of discussion is whether it is worthwhile, not whether it is possible .......

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Micho in the MDL forum was able to upgrade to an old computer

While the installation was preparing the files he moved the file

appraiserres.dll From an old operating system like 1703 to a folder   Windows.BT \ Sources

And the upgrade continued normal

No one is saying it is not possible at all. but.. It is explicitly stated that if you install on hardware that does not meet the minimum requirements, the possibility of malfunctions (and blue screens) jumps to a high percentage.

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No one is saying it is not possible at all. but.. Microsoft Office It is explicitly stated that if you install on hardware that does not meet the minimum requirements, the possibility of malfunctions (and blue screens) jumps to a high percentage.

This has always been the case with . For example Win10 which came out in 2015 - can also be installed on a computer from 2005, but the experience will not be pleasant to say the least, and various malfunctions, mainly due to outdated drivers, can make the computer unusable at all.

 

And here just yesterday someone reports that he managed to install Win11 on a laptop 2 Duo from 2007:

https://forum.thinkpads.com/viewtopic.php?p=861173#p861173

It may be a fun experiment, but it does not mean that it is worth doing. :P 

 

On the other hand, it says that on a computer with a processor i fourth generation it works for him a bomb (although it is a few generations below the threshold of "official support").

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