A few days ago, Microsoft held an event to announce the Windows 11 operating system.
A lot of interesting things are already known about the new platform. Some people like Windows 11, while others see it as a flop.
A user of the site for computer enthusiasts, Overclockers, gathered in one place and shared his opinion on what factors can prevent the latest system from becoming popular.
The first problem is growth of system requirements, and along with it comes the second – strange “requirement” for hardware… For example, the “rather vigorous” AMD Ryzen 5 1600 is not supported by Windows 11. At the same time, its “successor” Ryzen 5 2600, which has minimal differences from its predecessor, is present in the list of supported processors.
The third and fourth reasons are secondary and bugs with errors… Some users note that the new Windows resembles rather not the eleventh version, but version 10.1. In turn, every major system update is accompanied by problems that require fresh patches.
One of the main reasons was titled by the user as “best the enemy of the good“. That is, Windows 10 is a great system that runs fairly stable. Therefore, the transition to the new version is unlikely to go quickly and smoothly – people will prefer to stay on a proven OS.