What is bad about Windows 11

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Unlike Windows 10's start menu, which is customizable in size and appearance, the Windows 7 start menu looks like it was beheaded from the get-go, and you can't even create named groups or folders. If you have a larger screen, it appears even smaller than the Windows 10 start menu. To begin with, let's make a comparison to Windows 10. Look at how much more room I have in Windows 10 and how much better organized everything is.

What is bad about Windows 11

Recessed edges

It's a matter of personal preference, but I find the rounded corners to be extremely unattractive. This is especially true when you have a software installation window with standard, non-rounded corners, and your operating system window is directly behind it. It creates the impression of a jumbled up overall design.

Taskbar Design

I found the functionality of the Taskbar to be extremely limited. The task manager was missing in Windows 11, which is how I normally access it: by right-clicking on the taskbar. There were actually quite a few things missing, with the exception of the "settings" button, which took you to the taskbar's settings, where you could do very little customizing. While in Windows 7, you could move the start menu and taskbar icons to the left or right, or even the center, in Windows 10, you can move the entire taskbar anywhere you want. In Windows 10, you have the option to make it even smaller. You can't do that in Windows 11.

Empty Space

File Explorer appears to have much larger gaps between its files and folders. As a result, there are fewer items on your screen due to large gaps, and the result is aesthetically offensive.

Windows 11's designers ought to be fired! Using this operating system is like using a piece of software that is ugly and unusable.

It seems that everyone is being a blind sheep this time around, and because Windows 11 is brand new, everyone is copying the same design cues that make it look more modern and appealing. It doesn't look better because it's new.

Aside from that, there are a few features in Windows 11 that no one will use or care about, such as snap layouts.

Another app that was taken away from Windows 10 was OneNote, which I really liked. Oh, and the Start live tiles have been eliminated from the lifeless Windows 11 start menu as well. In addition, Timeline and Skype were deactivated. We can conclude that Microsoft has focused on removing features and limiting customization in Windows 11 rather than adding useful ones or copying the design language of Apple's operating system.

Conclusion

If you have an older PC, you will not be able to install Windows 11, because it requires "Trusted Platform Module (TPM) version 2.0," which can only be found on newer motherboards. The bottom line is that Microsoft wants you to buy a new motherboard, which means you'll also need a new CPU and memory sticks... That's terrible, isn't it? Microsoft has always been a rapacious conglomerate.

Anyway, to sum it all up, I believe Windows 11 is a complete and utter failure. It makes me think of Microsoft's infamous Windows 8 operating system, which was a colossal failure. Finally, I returned to Windows 10 and have a strong feeling I'll be using it for a long time.

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