Upgrading to the latest Operating System is usually always sound advice. Still, like everything else, there are exceptions to the rule—one of which is upgrading to Windows 11.
So why should you wait? Let us explain to you our thinking as tech enthusiasts and providers of managed IT services in Riverside, California at Advise IT Solutions.
- The Windows 11 taskbar
Unlike Windows 10’s taskbar, it isn’t as very customizable. It is also permanently fixed to bottom of the desktop (at least at the time of this blog), so you can’t move it to the left, right or top of the screen.
- There are more and higher requirements
Windows 10 was available on most PCs that were in use at the time, Windows 11 on the other hand, demand more advanced hardware including:
- a compatible 64-bit processor;
- a Trusted Platform Module (TPM) 2.0 chip (to help protect encryption keys, user credentials, and data);
- 64 GB or more available storage;
- 4 GB of RAM;
- a high-definition (720p) display
- You have to adjust how you use Windows
Sure, anything new needs adjustments, but when you simply don’t have the time for it, should you? Case in point, Windows 11 has also limited Android capability at the moment. It has also moved away from Explorer and its ActiveX-based applications.
The bottom line is, there is no need to rush. After all, Microsoft promises to support the Windows 10 OS until October 14, 2025.
Still unsure? Our IT solutions in Moreno Valley, California can help!