- Apr 24, 2001
I'm not sure if it's me being set in my ways but there's something about having the icons in the middle that I really don't like. Maybe that they are going to move about rather than being pinned in the same places.
Windows 8 is not so bad with the way I use it.Based on Microsoft's releases over the last 30 years, Windows 11 should in all likelihood should be a skip based on their "release a good one, followed by a bad one" release cadence.
In all honesty, I could see myself staying with Windows 10 until they drop support in 2025 (last estimate I read). I don't really game on my PC anymore, and I really don't need anything that Windows 10 doesn't already offer.
Meh.Based on Microsoft's releases over the last 30 years, Windows 11 should in all likelihood should be a skip based on their "release a good one, followed by a bad one" release cadence.
Uh, what? Maybe the author needs to fire up a Win95 VM and compare it to how Windows 10 looks. Eg. start menu comparisons as well as Control Panel / Settings.article said:Generally speaking, the best versions of Windows so far are the ones that have stayed true to Windows 95’s design. These include Windows XP, Windows 7 and Windows 10.
I'm running Win11 insider preview. It seems like a reskinned win10. There are a few annoyances. I used to use long, bar-shaped taskbar icons for applications in Win10 instead of small concise icons (think Win95 style) and I can't figure out how to get them back. Also the start menu can't have all applications displayed by default - you have to press a button to get them. You can't resize the start menu either.
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