[Video] DON’T buy a new PC for Windows 11!


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31 Comments on “[Video] DON’T buy a new PC for Windows 11!”

  1. PSA: UUPDump have been seeing an increase in traffic since Windows 11's launch, and this video will probably make that much worse. Please be patient if we "hug of death" the site. -AY

  2. Within the first hour of installing Windows 11, I had a WIM file created, and started experimenting with it. Factory resets, desktop to laptop, etc. It's pretty open, but I hate that keyboard shortcuts aren't currently working properly.

  3. Remember all those modded Windows? Windows XP Dark Edition, Black Edition, 2007 with Enhanced Security yada yada…
    I'm sure we'll have cracked ISO ready for any machine on the net.
    The only way Microsoft can stop this is to make Windows 11 super resource hungry that only 99th gen Intel CPUs or higher can handle it. Then THAT may put an end to my beloved 4790k

  4. Too bad this video exists AFTER I installed Win11 insider preview on my haswell pc and i went through a few trial and errors before finally able to install it 👌

    Oh well, it's all worth the struggle! 👍

  5. You sure the unlinking of your MS account does work? I have never tried it, but I've had an old university account linked to my Windows profile for using the discounted office license I was able to get with this account. To this day my Windows install refuses to forget this university account even though I have removed it from everywhere in the settings app. For example if I want to add a new email adress in Outlook the field is pre-filled with that university email. (I've reinstalled office several times since and have a regular 365 subscription to my "normal" MS account.)

  6. It seems like a chicken egg situation here. The issue is that we can install windows 11 on older hardware but it's not recommended to do so because of the OEMs which only support hardware for 2-3 years. That means the OEMs are pretty rubbish in only supporting their hardware for a few years and Microsoft is restricted in the desing of the OS by them not keeping their products up to date.

  7. 12:31 that you can unlink later is iircc literally what ms tellls you when you ask for more info when it asks to set up an ms acc, even in w10 home already if you have internet connected.

  8. Ryzen 2000 series laptop APU's have all the required features for Windows 11 yet their getting excluded from the list. So Microsoft is excluding chips that are 100% capable and compatible based on their own statements about Windows 11 requirements. Some are saying its because its based off first gen Ryzen yet the chip has the 2nd gen components that Microsoft says is required. Ryzen 2000 series laptop APU's are effectively 1.5 gen Ryzen. Even running a compatibility check will show it meets every single requirement but since its name isn't on the "list" it won't be supported.

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