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Windows 11 minimum specs! Thoughts?

bulldog

ULTIMATE Member
You all should try Linux Mint! Free open source! (please note: Linux Mint isn't suitable for gaming)
 

Bubblesthefish6

ULTIMATE Member
You all should try Linux Mint! Free open source! (please note: Linux Mint isn't suitable for gaming)
When will you get the idea that we would use Linux if we could, but some of us have programs that are designed for Windows and windows only like Adobe product and the Microsoft apps (the full ones before you say use the web apps 🙄)
 

TBM

Casual Member
It is now out on the Beta channel and so I upgraded to it again today. To put the start button back where it belongs is a doddle, and it is running perfectly, unlike when I tried it from the Dev channel. I won't be going back to 10 this time, everything just works and there is no more load on the CPU or RAM than there was in 10. So apart from TPM there seems no hardware limits above 10 that are obvious.
 

Buggerlugz

ULTIMATE Member
It is now out on the Beta channel and so I upgraded to it again today. To put the start button back where it belongs is a doddle, and it is running perfectly, unlike when I tried it from the Dev channel. I won't be going back to 10 this time, everything just works and there is no more load on the CPU or RAM than there was in 10. So apart from TPM there seems no hardware limits above 10 that are obvious.
All the requirements like TPM just seem forced to me (at least in a home setting) and for what's really a cosmetic upgrade with little additional functionality (if any) I just can't see the point of windows 11.
 

TTJJ

ULTIMATE Member
All the requirements like TPM just seem forced to me (at least in a home setting) and for what's really a cosmetic upgrade with little additional functionality (if any) I just can't see the point of windows 11.
Have to say I disagree with this. There's a face-lift, for sure, but there's so many under the hood changes and improvements that are great. Better continuity when docking and undocking, Android app support etc.
 
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