one of my most go to things is I take a lot of notes from screenshots.The fact that I can't drag & drop files to a browser anymore like Mac OS is enough to stay away from Win11 for me. Also, those new right click menus aren't more user friendly. Maybe I'm just a power user of Windows, but that's also the reason I didn't like MacOS of my office laptop.
Everyone's workflow is different. In Windows, I use the snipping tool instead of snip & sketch using that shortcut.one of my most go to things is I take a lot of notes from screenshots.
My workflow is take a portion screenshot on macos and put it into Notes App, or Microsoft Word or Email.
Command Shift 4, drag across screen to select area, and immediately you can see an preview that screenshot has been taken. This icon stays for 5 seconds and saves by default to desktop. You can drag this preview to any of the above app to put it in directly.
I wish windows had this. Windows has portional screenshot right now, (Windows + Shift + S) but this drag thing, would have been super convenient. Call it a minor nitpick but these small UX improvements are the only things that can be improved in modern OS.
I won't be updating anytime soon with the few small issues it has (be it ryzen or recent NVMe speed issues), lack of some basic features (like dragging a file & dropping it in browser) & not so user friendly for power users (all the right click menu drama).
Depends on the kind of guy you are. If you care about your workflow, and won't respect it being slightly hindered, then by all means, don't upgrade. If you care more about keeping up with times, and getting new(but not necessarily awesome) features, then do upgrade.