I asked you to weigh in on your experiences with Windows 11, and this reader is having a pretty easy go of it:
“I installed Windows 11 a few weeks after it became available. Installation went smoothly, with no glitches. There wasn’t much of a learning curve. Some newsletter told me how to put the icons in the taskbar back on the left side. (I felt embarrassed that I hadn’t looked for that possibility.) I have a Lenovo A-340 All-in-one desktop computer (looking ahead to when I am limited in space). Windows 11 plays nicely with it, and with my Epson all-in-one printer and primary programs (LibreOffice, DuckDuckGo, Adobe Acrobat, Gmail, VLC media player, Malwarebytes, PrivaZer).
I am an advanced user; maybe that contributed to my lack of problems, or at least my ability to get everything working right. I sympathize with users and businesses that had problems; but I am one of the lucky ones. I notice there is more advertising built-in, primarily on the start-up page.”
I’m glad it’s working well for you. I, too, have noticed very little difference between Windows 10 and Windows 11.
Nearly any program that works with Windows 10 should work with Windows 11.