Windows 11: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/windows-11https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Windows_11Enable TPM in BIOS: https://www.tomshardware.com/news/windo … -bios-uefiRun this to check if you PC can run Windows 11: https://www.microsoft.com/en-ca/windows … ealthcheckInstall Windows 11 right now: https://blogs.windows.com/windows-insid … indows-11/——————————-A thread to discuss problems with Windows 11 and buying PC components and computers now that are future proof for the Fall 2021 Windows 11 releaseWindows 11 appears to have a few minimum system requirements that will affect older computers and lower range computers, tablets etc.Already there are a few boxes you need to tick when considering a computer purchase as well, with TPM 2.0 in particular not exactly being universal.And that high end DX11 gaming GPU you have been moving from upgrade to upgrade has hit the end of its journey!
- TPM 2.0
- UEFI + Secure Boot
- 64 gig boot disk
Buying PC Parts Compatible with Windows 11- in progressBuying a new PC Compatible with Windows 11- in progress
Windows 10 Stuff Removed From Windows 11The following apps will not be removed on upgrade but will no longer be installed on new devices or when clean-installing Windows 11. They are available for download from the Store:
- 3D Viewer
- Paint 3D
- OneNote for Windows 10
Note: Microsoft is consolidating communications into Microsoft Teams, which means Skype and OneNote days are numbered…Taskbar functionality is changed including:
- People is no longer present on the Taskbar.
- Some icons may no longer appear in the System Tray (systray) for upgraded devices including previous customizations.
- Alignment to the bottom of the screen is the only location allowed.
- Apps can no longer customize areas of the Taskbar.
- Timeline is removed.
Start is significantly changed in Windows 11 including the following key deprecations and removals:
- Named groups and folders of apps are no longer supported and the layout is not currently resizable.
- Pinned apps and sites will not migrate when upgrading from Windows 10.
- Live Tiles are no longer available. For glanceable, dynamic content, see the new Widgets feature.
Quick Status from the Lockscreen and associated settings are removed.Desktop wallpaper cannot be roamed to or from device when signed in with a Microsoft accountCortana will no longer be included in the first boot experience or pinned to the Taskbar