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Started by Shadow.97, June 17, 2021, 03:13 AM
Quote from: humbert on June 06, 2022, 04:33 AMQuote from: Vasudev on June 05, 2022, 08:08 PM90% of them upgraded due to clickbait and EoL fear from Win 10 to W11. Then again market share of W11 hasn't grown yet.Scarface I think its better to do quarterly releases of W11 since the W11 users are a minority and majority of users use W10 anyway!The problem with Win11 is it's NOT FINISHED. Notice that all these wonderful things they talk about (support for Alder Lake, Android subsystem, and now ability to forward graphic data directly to the GPU) are all in the talking stages and/or scheduled for future releases. Notice that very few developers are writing Win11-specific hacks and configuration utilities. There is (for example) no Windows 11 Privacy program - at least not yet. And of course Win10 works very well and satisfies almost everyone's needs. This is especially true when tons of people have "unsupported" hardware that does everything they want it to do and don't really need to upgrade. I say give it at least another year before full-fledged adoption begins, if not more.
Quote from: Vasudev on June 05, 2022, 08:08 PM90% of them upgraded due to clickbait and EoL fear from Win 10 to W11. Then again market share of W11 hasn't grown yet.Scarface I think its better to do quarterly releases of W11 since the W11 users are a minority and majority of users use W10 anyway!
Quote from: Guliver on June 07, 2022, 10:15 PMSince this was the number 1 reason for me to join this forum, I want to thank scarface for still making builds of Windows 7. I know it is entirely up to you if you continue making those or drop W7 already, but I am interested in seeing further builds from you. Thank you Oh and just to be sure, your builds do include the updates from the ESU program, correct?
Quote from: Vasudev on June 07, 2022, 09:41 PMMaybe 2-3 years until everything is polished just like Win 10.
Quote from: scarface on June 08, 2022, 12:52 AMHi Guliver. The window 7 version includes the ESU, indeed.
Quote from: humbert on July 12, 2022, 04:45 AMAre there any Windows 11 utilities out there? All I found is Yamic W11 Manager, and it's very incomplete when compared to the W10 version. No Windows11 Privacy or anything similar yet.
Quote from: Vasudev on July 13, 2022, 06:20 PMDownload Privatezilla or LoveWin11AgainI stopped using Yamicsoft products long time ago once I moved to Win 10.