This is the first time in my memory that MS is introducing an operating system that is not backwards compatible for at least a couple of generations of computers. I hope this is not the start of a new trend.As soon as a new software package is released, it is immediately outdated. They are all (upgrades) created to get you the consumer to spend money.
There are a variety of moderately priced cellphones out there, both flip and smart. For over 10 years I've been using TracFone for prepaid plans and for the phones themselves. BestBuy and some other places have reasonable deals as well.She paid with her own money and chose one that cost well over $600 and that was before taxes.
Seriously, is that how much they cost?
Sounds like they are basing their software on the Microsoft model of maximizing customer frustration. I have done the same thing when an app wouldn't work until I updated. It happens at the worst time.I cannot stand it when an application refuses to open and operate until it has been updated...I had a fuel savings app do thst to me when I was at the fuel pump getting petrol, it refused to open until I updated it and I'm not going to screw around with that at a fuel pump so I deleted it and haven't used it since...I can understand if I went a year without updating the application, but a week or two since the last update shouldn't have made a difference...I do not like insistent technology...
Well, folks, I am using Windows 11 at this very moment. As it has been installed for less than an hour, I can't offer much of a review yet.
So far, all my apps are working, but I've only checked a few. The biggest obvious difference is the taskbar. It's less cluttered, and has a couple of new buttons.
One glitch (I hope it's just a glitch) that I've already noticed is that in order to "Show Desktop" you have to click on an invisible, ultra-thin line at the extreme right of the taskbar.
Also, Windows search doesn't always bring up the most useful or expected targets.
I found it by accident one day, after grumbling for months or years about the button disappearing with one "upgrade" or another.that little tiny doodad has been down there a while, forget when it first appeared
There's nothing unique about Windows 11. If not for the hullabaloo about non-compatibility, it would have been barely noticed.My new computer just landed at the store, I just got the email. They had to order it in. They are going to pick up my old one and transfer all the stuff I have on it to the new one. Then bring it here and set it all up for me including installing the anti virus program. It is only windows 10 but I made sure it was compatible for windows 11.