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  1. CountMike's Avatar
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       #570

    GCG1000 said:
    Count Mike, thanks for catching my "error", however please checkout: Introducing the next feature update to Windows 10: 21H2 | Windows Experience Blog

    Just a little confused on my part...
    Next major W10 upgrade should come next year, MS said a while ago that there will be only one major update/upgrade a year..
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  2. sgage's Avatar
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       #571

    CountMike said:
    Next major W10 upgrade should come next year, MS said a while ago that there will be only one major update/upgrade a year..
    There will be two 21H2's - one for W10 and one for W11. You can already get the enablement package for W10. The word 'major' is tricky - I believe there will still be 2 'feature updates' per year for W10, and one for W11. Sometimes a 'feature update' (which increments the version label) is not all that 'major'.
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  3. Bree's Avatar
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       #572

    CountMike said:
    ....MS said a while ago that there will be only one major update/upgrade a year..
    That only applies to Windows 11, for Windows 10 it remains as twice a year.

    Microsoft said:
    New versions of Windows 11 will be released once per year...
    New versions of Windows 10 (also called feature updates) will be released twice a year....
    https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/lifecycle/faq/windows
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    windows 10 x64 home / windows 11 home testing on external drive
       #573

    very good programs just for tweaker disable this stupid defender when running

    Zippyshare.com - Win 10 Tweaker.exe

    tweaks good and disable lots of features from stupid MS

    latest zip is for all telemetry and others
    Windows 11 available on October 5 Attached Files
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  5. MisterEd's Avatar
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       #574

    Ghot said:
    Well lemme put it this way. There's no more bugs than there is in up-to-date Windows 10.
    The problem is that Windows 11 has new code in it that is not in Windows 10. Any time you add code to a program there is always the chance that you introduce new bugs. Also, Some of the new code may have conflicts with some of the old code. Together that means it is possible the newly release Windows 11 may have more bugs than the up-to-date Windows 10. Only the Windows 11 development team knows or will know in the next few months what the real answer is.
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  6. Posts : 74
    Windows 10 v 21H1 Home 64-bit
       #575

    MisterEd said:
    The problem is that Windows 11 has new code in it that is not in Windows 10. Any time you add code to a program there is always the chance that you introduce new bugs. Also, Some of the new code may have conflicts with some of the old code. Together that means it is possible the newly release Windows 11 may have more bugs than the up-to-date Windows 10. Only the Windows 11 development team knows or will know in the next few months what the real answer is.
    And that's what I had said all along. Whenever something new comes along, or a serious upgrade, there's always glitches that will occur and not just MS. Anything that goes from beta to open availability to the average person should have been better tested. But as I'm saying, bugs or glitches will always happen. And if it's something you buy, then "El Caveat Emptor"
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  7. Ghot's Avatar
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       #576

    MisterEd said:
    The problem is that Windows 11 has new code in it that is not in Windows 10. Any time you add code to a program there is always the chance that you introduce new bugs. Also, Some of the new code may have conflicts with some of the old code. Together that means it is possible the newly release Windows 11 may have more bugs than the up-to-date Windows 10. Only the Windows 11 development team knows or will know in the next few months what the real answer is.


    Every Windows update has "new code" in it. Code with the same opportunity for... bugs.

    As for Windows 11... I've been running it for two months now and as I said... I don't see any more bugs than I occasionally see in Windows 10.
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  8. Posts : 1,430
    Windows 10 Pro 64bit 20H2 19042.844
       #577

    Haven't seen much bugs myself in Windows 11, been running it now for like 2 weeks i think, runs just as well as my mature Windows 10 Laptop OS does, occasionally minor issues, but overall runs great for all the things i do
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  9. sgage's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro (Build 19043.1110)
       #578

    MorganBilbo said:
    And that's what I had said all along. Whenever something new comes along, or a serious upgrade, there's always glitches that will occur and not just MS. Anything that goes from beta to open availability to the average person should have been better tested. But as I'm saying, bugs or glitches will always happen. And if it's something you buy, then "El Caveat Emptor"
    The problem with 'should have been better tested' is that there is an enormous universe of computer gear out there that is expected to run Windows, and it's simply impossible to test it all, or even a small fraction of all the possible permutations of hardware/software setups that people have going on. So 'availability to the average person' is essentially always going to be the 'next phase of testing', at least for something as complex and far-reaching as Windows.
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  10. RingTailCoon's Avatar
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       #579

    Haha I think my pc has a little language problem! Strange how is that possible?

    Windows 11 available on October 5-untitled-1.jpg
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