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Gregory Matthews
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Windows 11:  In a few days Windows 11 will be released to those who receive early updates.  A little later this year, it will be released to everyone else.   However, Windows 11 will not work on any home computer made prior to 2017 and it will not work on many computers newer than that.  Windows 10 is planned to be supported only into 2025.   So, if you are planning to replace any home/office computer, be sure to purchase one fully capable of running Windows 11.

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Windows 11: Everything You Need to Know

Drastic redesigns of Windows have proven disastrous for Microsoft in the past, with Windows 8 the worst case in point. But after testing Windows 11 for myself, I’ve found that, though the interface looks quite different, it doesn't take long to figure out how things work. At its introduction event, Microsoft Chief Product Officer Panos Panay expressed a desire not to alienate longtime Windows aficionados, and that's a good thing (though almost impossible given the way a lot of people react to change). There’s plenty of innovation in Windows 11 despite this goal to make it feel familiar.

https://www.pcmag.com/news/everything-you-need-to-know-about-windows-11

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13 Reasons to Use Windows 11's Edge Browser

https://www.pcmag.com/how-to/13-reasons-to-use-windows-11s-edge-browser?

When Microsoft announced that it was ditching its own web browser code for that used by Google’s sort-of open-source Chromium code, which powers the market-leading Chrome web browser, I was skeptical. Why not just use Chrome, then? After seeing how fast, compatible, pleasant, private, secure, and helper-filled the new Edge in Windows 11 is, I’m a convert. Its helpfully customizable home page, speed, Collections feature, built-in screenshot tool, stackable tabs, and progressive web app support are just a few of the browser’s appealing features.

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Windows 11 vs. Windows 10, Tested: Will the OS Upgrade Speed Up Your Current PC?

Windows 11 is here, though it remains an optional upgrade for anyone on existing desktops and laptops that are eligible for it. New PCs will increasingly begin shipping with Windows 11 pre-installed, so adoption rates will gradually rise in 2022 and beyond. If you’re tempted to try Windows 11 on a supported PC you own, or will purchase a new machine with Microsoft’s latest OS soon, you may be wondering if and how it will affect performance with the apps you use every day. 

https://www.pcmag.com/news/windows-11-vs-windows-10-tested-will-the-os-upgrade-speed-up-your-current?

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The 10 Worst Things About Windows 11

Microsoft’s latest operating system gets praise for its clean design and improved performance, but some users are finding fault with its feature limitations. Here's what people hate most about Windows 11.

https://www.pcmag.com/news/the-10-worst-things-about-windows-11?

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