So you want to move to Windows 11 and your PC has the Microsoft-approved hardware to handle it. What do you do? We take you through the process step-by-step and screenshot-by-screenshot.
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Microsoft has done a good job with Windows 11, but that doesn't mean there isn't a bit to get stressed out about.
We share a reader's reasons for not upgrading to Windows 11 and explore whether you have to upgrade at all. TL;DR: Not now, but eventually.
It's ridiculous and arbitrary. It seems completely random. Microsoft has placed an artificial limit on your ability to roll back Windows 11 to Windows 10. Why? Just because.