Official Windows 11 Thread

RumbaMon19

Feel Pain.
Imo, wait 3 months more after official consumer release, because this is windows, and even stable releases of windows are full of bugs. Then what to expect from beta builds :(
 
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Desmond

Desmond

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Desmond

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Of course. But I don't think too much will change. Microsoft does not have a record of abandoning the sunken cost. At least not in the same version of Windows.
 

quicky008

Technomancer
no point in installing what is essentially a beta version of the OS right now,judging by their track record,there's bound to be some bugs/glitches (serious ones even) baked into the code.If i remember correctly,in the earlier builds of win 10 there was an issue which caused data to be randomly wiped from a user's HDD when certain criterion were satisfied-it was a bug that was fixed in the later builds.
 

theterminator

Wise Old Owl
Windows says my R5 3600 powered Desktop PC does not meet the system requirements for Win11. I registered for the insider program. Don’t get why my moderately powerful pc is not eligible.
 

RumbaMon19

Feel Pain.
Lol my lappy is compatible even though I have secureboot and tpm disabled in BIOS.

i think it just checks the serial number of laptop from some database and if it finds name there then it is compatible otherwise it is not.
 

vidhubhushan

Alakh Niranjan
Lol my lappy is compatible even though I have secureboot and tpm disabled in BIOS.

i think it just checks the serial number of laptop from some database and if it finds name there then it is compatible otherwise it is not.
i got incompatible on my assembled pc. enabled tpm and got compatible though secure boot was disabled.
 

Cool Buddy

Wise Old Owl
I signed up for the insider program on my 7th gen Intel NUC and got a message saying it does not meet the minimum system requirement. It has 7th gen core i5 (dual core) and 8 GB of RAM. The leaked build ran just fine on Hyper-V on the same NUC.
 

vidhubhushan

Alakh Niranjan
I signed up for the insider program on my 7th gen Intel NUC and got a message saying it does not meet the minimum system requirement. It has 7th gen core i5 (dual core) and 8 GB of RAM. The leaked build ran just fine on Hyper-V on the same NUC.
i think they have relaxed the condition of TPM for insider preview
 
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