Should it be updated? The expert describes the switch from Windows 10 to 11

Posted on 05/14/2022 07:00

Should it be updated?  The expert describes the switch from Windows 10 to 11


Systems analyst believes Windows 11 has structural advantages, but generally does not change much compared to Windows 10 – (Credit: Disclosure)

As with any major version of the operating system, much attention was paid to Windows 11 – which took place late last year in Brazil. A question that every Microsoft user asks: is a system upgrade worth it?

To try to understand a little more about the subject, the Letters heard Leandro Martins dos Santos, a specialist in systems analysis and development. To the expert, the answer is clear: the new system does not have many advantages compared to Windows 10.

“Windows 11 has been better and easier to navigate, but it still does not bring the benefits of opting for a new system. explains Leandro.

For the first time, Microsoft is updating Windows 11 and the company’s original idea was that all compliant devices will receive updates by mid-2022. of TPM 2.0.

If your machine already has these requirements, the process is simple, just download Windows 11 ISO from Microsoft’s own website and the installation wizard will work automatically. And this is one of the new features of Windows 11, “Cortana” (Microsoft Assistant Network) will not be activated as a default, indicating that the company has no intention of continuing with the network helpers dispute, leaving a clear path for Google. , Apple and Amazon.

Expert Doesn't See Many Benefits in Installing Windows 11 Now
Expert Doesn’t See Many Benefits in Installing Windows 11 Now
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Since the home office is here, the Windows update focuses on daily operations, as Microsoft Team tools are already connected to the computer. Regarding this positive news, Leandro suggests that one of the highlights is the new screen divider. “With this new mode, the user can move between different windows without changing them, for developers this was important.”

One of the first changes that a user will experience in Windows 11 is a change in shape, as the Windows 11 search bar is centered, with the idea of ​​becoming more expert in navigation. “The main bar brings the idea of ​​more fluidity and sophistication to the user experience, but the benefits of this will depend on how everyone uses this new configuration,” explains Leandro.

Expert Doesn't See Many Benefits in Installing Windows 11 Now
Expert Doesn’t See Many Benefits in Installing Windows 11 Now
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Another major change is in the “start menu”, the sidebar containing the known alphabetical program has changed. Now at the top is the “search field”, then the field and certain programs selected by Microsoft – it is important to remember that if that is not enough, just click on “All Programs” and add others. New in this sector is the “suggestions” section, which collects last used applications or opened files, making it easier to resume work where you left off.

Systems analyst believes that sometime Microsoft will make Windows 11 a must. “At some point, Microsoft will end support for Windows 10, forcing user mobility, as happened recently with Windows 7.”

* Intern under the supervision of Ronayre Nunes

  • Expert Doesn't See Many Benefits in Installing Windows 11 Now

    Expert Doesn’t See Many Benefits in Installing Windows 11 Now

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  • Expert Doesn't See Many Benefits in Installing Windows 11 Now

    Expert Doesn’t See Many Benefits in Installing Windows 11 Now

    Photo: Disclosure

  • Should it be updated?  The expert describes the switch from Windows 10 to 11

    Expert Doesn’t See Many Benefits in Installing Windows 11 Now

    Photo: Disclosure

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