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The general consensus is that Win 11 is faster than Win 10, but the differences are not going to change your life in any meaningful way.
My observances are that boot time is faster, and cumulative updates are way faster.
Are they faster because they're faster or has MS found a way to make them smaller and less complicated to download/install?
 

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.....Even worse is that Windows 10 will not be supported after October 14th, 2025 .....
So far I haven't switched and haven't yet found any new feature or piece of software requiring WIN 11 that I either would need or want. 2025. That's quite a while yet and lots of newer CPUs/other hardware from companies like Intel and AMD before we have to face the end of WIN 10. Who knows what will be the "hot ticket" item by then? Perhaps even a brand new OS from a young new computer genius that has wiped both MS and the Fruit out of the business? I can wait.
 
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