Windows 11 ISO's Released

Discussion in 'News' started by InsaneNutter, Oct 5, 2021.

By InsaneNutter on Oct 5, 2021 at 11:42 AM
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    Today announced that it is beginning the rollout of Windows 11 to devices that are running supported hardware. Interestingly in addition to offering the Windows 11 Installation Assistant and Media Creation tool, Microsoft are allowing anyone to download ISO's directly, without having tools to build an ISO, or third party services such as Tech Bench.

    So if you want to upgrade to Windows 11 and your hardware is capable, head over to Download Windows 11 on Microsoft.com and you can skip the wait and upgrade today.

    Will you be upgrading? personally I wont be rushing to upgrade on day one.
     
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Discussion in 'News' started by InsaneNutter, Oct 5, 2021.

    1. mycky
      mycky
      they didn't fix win10 now there is win11, the first time to hear about win11 here.
    2. Rockman
      Rockman
      Windows 10 is pretty much rock solid. Well, I use Enterprise LTSC since it has none of the usual Windows 10 bloatware and I'm very happy with it.

      I'll wait until they release Windows 11 LTSC, I'm guessing around 2022-2023 or later.

      10 LTSC is supported until 2029 so still got years to go.
    3. Rockman
      Rockman
      I personally wouldn't suggest anyone to upgrade to 11 as it still feels like a Beta OS and probably in a year's time it'll be polished.

      Also, dark mode on Windows 10 and 11 seems like it'll never be fully integrated, just half-assed. I'd rather use the standard theme (light) so it's all consistent.

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