Why it matters: Analyst firm Gartner says Windows 11 doesn't offer enough to justify the rapid acceptance rate, at least among businesses. Instead, it shows how the latest version of the operating system is more of an "accumulation point" for the industry.
Gartner Research Associate Stephen Kleinhans says in a report on the status of Windows 11 and the readiness for deployment (via logging) that the latest version of Microsoft's OS "Lift Face Lift", while appreciating new features. Including the new Microsoft Store, support for Android apps and the removal of Internet Explorer (in favor of the Edge browser).
However, "All of these features can be released as another feature of Windows 10." It is a new feature, as opposed to providing important changes. Called Windows 11, "Microsoft has created a marketing opportunity for the personal computer system." “The move to Windows as a service with Windows 10 made the discussion of support for legacy hardware somewhat vague and arbitrary,” Klinsmann said, years ago. p>
Had it not been for a guarantee the new version, the title, with Windows 11, gives Microsoft "the opportunity to build a newer baseline and limit this old version without affecting existing Windows 10 users". One feature update per year, unlike Windows 10, it releases it twice. general. In 2022, with the initial release of Windows 11 21H2, he ran small pilots to learn about the new user experience and understand the potential impact to user and support. “2.jpg” alt = “https://safirsoft.com According to the analyst, Fig Windows 11 Gays was released as a Windows 10 update and it predicts that “by early 2023, less than 10 percent of new PCs will be deployed with Windows 11.” In the case of consumers, there is a similar perspective. More than 60% of PC users are not even aware of the launch of Windows 11. Microsoft's decision to implement a controversial system, TPM 2.0, may prevent widespread acceptance in the near future. There is one change Notable: Changes made to the update engine can be sent to Windows 10, and while the update size is reduced by up to 40%, it won't be available to Windows 10 users.
According to the analyst, Windows 11 features were released as an update to Windows 10