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9pfs
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Windows 11

#2120 Yes. We need to.
#2119 I didn't know RGB colors could be 3-dimensional.


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MagicCrayon9342
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Windows 11

Ok, so talking about emoji design is offtopic people. So I made a specific UI design topic for that. We shall now continue talking about Win11

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-ElectronicArts-
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Windows 11

MagicCrayon9342 wrote:

Ok, so talking about emoji design is offtopic people. So I made a specific UI design topic for that. We shall now continue talking about Win11
its still part of win 11

AT is cool
NanoRook
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Windows 11

NFlex23 wrote:

NanoRook wrote:

(#2096)

samq64 wrote:

-ElectronicArts- wrote:

is win11 is really that bad?
Yeah. I was in the public beta and I didn't experience any crashes until abiut 2 weeks before the public release when it decided to go completely unresponsive more and more frequently until I couldn't open a browser or MS paint for more than a minutel so I downgraded to Windows 10 2 days before the public release. Since then I have upgraded again and haven't had any issues until last week.

I turned on my laptop again and ran a quick Windows Defender virus scan and everything looked OK, so I guess Microsoft must have shipped some of that broken code from the dev channel.

Insider build moment.

Anyone been using 11 long enough on a stable branch to give an opinion of it?
I've been using Windows 11 and absolutely love it! I have no idea why people who don't even use it hate it so much.

Because it's a product made by a corporation that spies on you. And also Windows 10 was terrible on launch.
MagicCrayon9342
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1000+ posts

Windows 11

NanoRook wrote:

NFlex23 wrote:

NanoRook wrote:

(#2096)

samq64 wrote:

-ElectronicArts- wrote:

is win11 is really that bad?
Yeah. I was in the public beta and I didn't experience any crashes until abiut 2 weeks before the public release when it decided to go completely unresponsive more and more frequently until I couldn't open a browser or MS paint for more than a minutel so I downgraded to Windows 10 2 days before the public release. Since then I have upgraded again and haven't had any issues until last week.

I turned on my laptop again and ran a quick Windows Defender virus scan and everything looked OK, so I guess Microsoft must have shipped some of that broken code from the dev channel.

Insider build moment.

Anyone been using 11 long enough on a stable branch to give an opinion of it?
I've been using Windows 11 and absolutely love it! I have no idea why people who don't even use it hate it so much.

Because it's a product made by a corporation that spies on you. And also Windows 10 was terrible on launch.
Windows 11 was the UI redesign that I anticipated, expected, waited for, and needed for YEARS. For ages I would have to do it myself Tried the modern UI registry tweaks they unfortunately didn't work properly. I've wanted sun valley for a while.

Last edited by MagicCrayon9342 (Jan. 13, 2022 02:56:28)


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HeHeTeeHeeHee
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100+ posts

Windows 11

LegoManiac04 wrote:

I though WIndows 10 was the last generation of Windows



Microsoft said it was, but Microsoft isn't very consistent with like… anything


I feel like even my PC settings are inconsistent (I'm on windows), half the time I hit the volume key my volume changes, the other I accidentally hit a function key.

Last edited by HeHeTeeHeeHee (Jan. 13, 2022 17:46:27)


NanoRook
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1000+ posts

Windows 11

HeHeTeeHeeHee wrote:

LegoManiac04 wrote:

I though WIndows 10 was the last generation of Windows



Microsoft said it was, but Microsoft isn't very consistent with like… anything


I feel like even my PC settings are inconsistent (I'm on windows), half the time I hit the volume key my volume changes, the other I accidentally hit a function key.

The “last generation of Windows” comment was a Microsoft engineer speaking unofficially.
HeHeTeeHeeHee
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100+ posts

Windows 11

No one really cares about Windows 11 to be honest. Personally, I'm sticking with Windows 10 because I'm comfortable with it.

My friend uses Windows 11 and he doesn't seem to have a difference (He legit just got a PC, before he had school chromebook and Ipad) so I'm not sure if I'm going to let him decide whether I upgrade. The UI looks so much nicer though, I'll give it that though.
I have two questions:


Should I get the stable release?

Does Win11 support android apps finally?

Last edited by HeHeTeeHeeHee (Jan. 13, 2022 18:01:50)


HeHeTeeHeeHee
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Windows 11

NanoRook wrote:

HeHeTeeHeeHee wrote:

LegoManiac04 wrote:

I though WIndows 10 was the last generation of Windows



Microsoft said it was, but Microsoft isn't very consistent with like… anything


I feel like even my PC settings are inconsistent (I'm on windows), half the time I hit the volume key my volume changes, the other I accidentally hit a function key.

The “last generation of Windows” comment was a Microsoft engineer speaking unofficially.



I'm so confused, LegoManiac is an actual engineer for Microsoft?

NanoRook
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1000+ posts

Windows 11

HeHeTeeHeeHee wrote:

NanoRook wrote:

HeHeTeeHeeHee wrote:

LegoManiac04 wrote:

I though WIndows 10 was the last generation of Windows



Microsoft said it was, but Microsoft isn't very consistent with like… anything


I feel like even my PC settings are inconsistent (I'm on windows), half the time I hit the volume key my volume changes, the other I accidentally hit a function key.

The “last generation of Windows” comment was a Microsoft engineer speaking unofficially.



I'm so confused, LegoManiac is an actual engineer for Microsoft?

No, I mean the source of the “Windows 10 is the last Windows OS” claim.
HeHeTeeHeeHee
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Windows 11

NanoRook wrote:

HeHeTeeHeeHee wrote:

NanoRook wrote:

HeHeTeeHeeHee wrote:

LegoManiac04 wrote:

I though WIndows 10 was the last generation of Windows



Microsoft said it was, but Microsoft isn't very consistent with like… anything


I feel like even my PC settings are inconsistent (I'm on windows), half the time I hit the volume key my volume changes, the other I accidentally hit a function key.

The “last generation of Windows” comment was a Microsoft engineer speaking unofficially.



I'm so confused, LegoManiac is an actual engineer for Microsoft?

No, I mean the source of the “Windows 10 is the last Windows OS” claim.
does windows 11 support android apps?

Marc92020
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1000+ posts

Windows 11

HeHeTeeHeeHee wrote:

NanoRook wrote:

HeHeTeeHeeHee wrote:

NanoRook wrote:

HeHeTeeHeeHee wrote:

LegoManiac04 wrote:

I though WIndows 10 was the last generation of Windows



Microsoft said it was, but Microsoft isn't very consistent with like… anything


I feel like even my PC settings are inconsistent (I'm on windows), half the time I hit the volume key my volume changes, the other I accidentally hit a function key.

The “last generation of Windows” comment was a Microsoft engineer speaking unofficially.



I'm so confused, LegoManiac is an actual engineer for Microsoft?

No, I mean the source of the “Windows 10 is the last Windows OS” claim.
does windows 11 support android apps?
yes

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IDontNoWatIAm
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Windows 11

HeHeTeeHeeHee wrote:

does windows 11 support android apps?

Not right now I think, but it's supposed to come out in some future windows 11 update

Legend has it that to this day, there is still no effort to patch the GoGuardian freeze bug
samq64
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Windows 11

HeHeTeeHeeHee wrote:

No one really cares about Windows 11 to be honest. Personally, I'm sticking with Windows 10 because I'm comfortable with it.

My friend uses Windows 11 and he doesn't seem to have a difference (He legit just got a PC, before he had school chromebook and Ipad) so I'm not sure if I'm going to let him decide whether I upgrade. The UI looks so much nicer though, I'll give it that though.
I have two questions:


Should I get the stable release?

Does Win11 support android apps finally?
If you're not sure, maybe you should to wait until the next feature update which will be released some time in the second half of the year and will be more stable, include some removed, promised and new features such as Android app support, taskbar drag and drop and a setting to adjust the number of recommendations in the start menu. The update will also fix some inconsistencies and redesign some more apps.

Last edited by samq64 (Jan. 13, 2022 21:32:24)

kccuber
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Windows 11

samq64 wrote:

HeHeTeeHeeHee wrote:

No one really cares about Windows 11 to be honest. Personally, I'm sticking with Windows 10 because I'm comfortable with it.

My friend uses Windows 11 and he doesn't seem to have a difference (He legit just got a PC, before he had school chromebook and Ipad) so I'm not sure if I'm going to let him decide whether I upgrade. The UI looks so much nicer though, I'll give it that though.
I have two questions:


Should I get the stable release?

Does Win11 support android apps finally?
If you're not sure, maybe you should to wait until the next feature update which will be released some time in the second half of the year and will be more stable, include some removed, promised and new features such as Android app support, taskbar drag and drop and a setting to adjust the number of recommendations in the start menu. The update will also fix some inconsistencies and redesign some more apps.
yeah, still waiting for them to fix the arial bug where if you hover over an open app, the title it displays is in Arial instead of Segoe UI (And also no animation when you hover, hey even windows 10 has the hover animation)


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-CloudGate-
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Windows 11

i switched windows 11 and it barely makes a difference though I do like the redesign for the settings.



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medians
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Windows 11

MagicCrayon9342 wrote:

ScolderCreations wrote:

MagicCrayon9342 wrote:

I don't like Apple's rocket emoji, it's not flat and modern enough for 2021 UI design.
I like it better 3D-looking, it’s more original. Not everything has to follow trends to look cool.
I don't like 2001-2012 UI design since it being 2022.
so do you like every single thing in 2021/2022 just because it originated then.
and flat design…

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HeHeTeeHeeHee
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Windows 11

lol i think IpadOS looks amazing, windows 11 kinda looks like it, but nothing feels as good as IpadOS

Chiroyce
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Windows 11

HeHeTeeHeeHee wrote:

nothing feels as good as IpadOS
tbh in the ATs we mainly talk about desktop OSs like linux macos and windows.. but yeah.. ipadOS does feel really good… but its like comparing apples to bananas - desktop OSs to mobile ones…

Last edited by Chiroyce (Jan. 14, 2022 12:48:57)



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Windows 11

Chiroyce wrote:

(#20)
the thing im worried about is, since they're dropping 10X, 11 will be more tablet friendly then, which i dont want because of how bad it was on Windows 8 , but anyways im hyped!!

edit: windows 8 is terrible!
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