Have you been receiving countless update notifications for Windows 11 lately? You may feel excited to jump to a better OS, but we encourage you to hold on. As your trusted provider of network services, we believe it is best to patiently wait before jumping right in.
Updates are a constant mantra that most of our technology drives on. We understand the need for installing better and more secure systems for your home and office but going straight to Windows 11 may be detrimental for you. Having said that, we have upgraded our company devices to Windows 11, and it looks pretty stable. But then we are also geeks and may have encountered issues that we may have just fixed it subconsciously.
Think of it this way, an early version of an OS may contain bugs and other security vulnerabilities that may affect your device and data. We suggest letting early adopters identify these discrepancies first before making the leap.
Anyways, most providers of IT services management would tell you that upgrading to Windows 11 may require enhancements to your device or hardware. You will need:
- 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
Sticking to your Windows 10 is better since it runs on everything— no need to make advanced adjustments.
As your provider of managed IT services in Riverside, California, we would like to advise that there is no rush to upgrade. Microsoft promises to support the Windows 10 OS until October 14, 2025.
For more tech tips, you can count on Advise IT Solutions, your trusted IT solutions in Moreno Valley, California.