Windows 11 review: We like it but you shouldn't be upgrading today

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  • Anonymous

    November 25, 2021 at 10:20 PM
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    Windows 11 is officially out, meaning millions of PC owners are free to upgrade today (as long as their computers meet Microsoft's ridiculously strict system requirements). I've been testing a near-final pre-release version of Windows 11 for a while, and I'm here to spread the good news that my computer hasn't blown up once. Windows 11 is so far a completely non-lethal operating system, which is definitely a good sign, but maybe not enough justification to install it. To make the call on whether other PC gamers should actually install Windows 11 today, I've been spending some quality time with its new Start menu and rounded corners.

    Windows 11 looks nice, but that's not enough reason to upgrade on day one, either. After more than a week using Windows 11 day-to-day, I wouldn't recommend anyone install it today. Almost none of Windows 11's promised big features are actually included right now, and no matter how promising a new version of Windows is, some launch day issues are inevitable.

    Right now Windows 11 is good, and it'll be even better when its first meaty update arrives in a few months. But on day one, this makeover isn't worth the potential hassle.

    The UI changes are nice, but ultimately minor

    (Image credit: Microsoft)

    Taste sure is cyclical, huh? In the mid-2000s, transparency and 'glassy' user interfaces were the new hotness, and Windows Vista and Windows 7 were all about their rounded edges. Microsoft ditched that style for a decade of

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