Should you upgrade to Windows 11
This week, Microsoft begins rolling out stable Windows 11 to eligible devices. Some users have already got the free Windows 11 upgrade.
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Windows 11 is like a cumulative update but with refreshed UI and feature improvements.
But should you upgrade to Windows 11? Who should upgrade?
If you have a laptop that meets the requirements of Windows 11, then it's a green signal for you. There will be no major problem in your PC.
Businesses should not adopt Windows 11 as it is still in its first stable build. Test a few builds among a small group of users for a few weeks before adopting.
Windows 11 can be installed even on unsupported PCs, but there are several things you need to know before installing Windows 11.
Microsoft has already warned users from installing Windows 11 on unsupported PCs as it can often run into blue screen errors, and some apps may misbehave as well.
If you really want to try Windows 11 and don't care about some bugs, you can install it. Now let's talk about potential bugs.
Possible bugs can be slow WiFi, File Explorer old UI, Memory issues etc. These minor bugs are expected to be fixed with an update coming on October 12.