Windows 11 contains some good ideas. But it also feels like Microsoft made some fundamental changes to Windows for no good reason.
Windows 11 doesn’t convincingly answer the question every user should ask: Why do I need this? Microsoft’s new operating system repurposes some of Microsoft’s cancelled Windows 10X code, but without the unified vision of its predecessor.
Windows 11 feels very much like a product of 2020: a time when we felt we had to do something, and for some very good reasons, but without a real sense of the way ahead.
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