Are you going to install Windows 11?

Are you going to install Windows 11?

  • Yes

    Votes: 212 63.3%
  • No

    Votes: 102 30.4%
  • I have a Mac

    Votes: 21 6.3%

  • Total voters
    335

PhireSide

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I guess I am in the "I have a Mac" camp but I have a Tiny running Proxmox that has Windows 11 on currently. Planning on pulling it into my AD a bit later on once I migrate my hosts across to the bigger drive :)
 

Bobbin

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I'm still curious how it will handle Outlook mail profiles without the control panel app. Or is some variant of control panel still available on Win 11?
 

Nemus

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Oct 12, 2012
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I'll give it a go.. on my backup machine, obviously...
 

Johnatan56

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That yes/no needs a time frame, in a few years/when I upgrade, sure. My current install? No.
 
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MikeaMatrix

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Most likely. But not immediately. Other can suffer through the teething issues. Since it is a free upgrade...
 

KleinBoontjie

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No, my PC is to old. And I have Linux setup just right now, don't want to exert any effort on an OS again.
 

GreatWmR

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If they give Win 11 Pro for free to Win 10 pro users then yes
If only the home version is free then no
 

Fulcrum29

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If there's a way to circumvent the TPM then yes. Doesn't seem like my board is compatible...

It should be... TPM 1.2 support goes back to the Core 2 DUO days, though it would depend on the chipset and class motherboard.
 
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