Windows 11 FAQs: What you should know about before upgrading

With an adoption rate of less than 9%, Windows 11 isn’t currently as popular as its predecessor, Windows 10. But this doesn’t mean it’s less functional. Get to know the latest Microsoft operating system (OS) and you might just be persuaded to upgrade. Windows 11 is relatively new to the market, so it’s no surprise […]

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3 Reasons to accept Windows 11’s TPM requirement

Windows 11 made a lot of buzz not just because of its new features but also because of its hardware requirements. For one, it requires supported devices to have Trusted Platform Module (TPM) 2.0 chips, otherwise, the new OS cannot be installed. In comparison, Windows 10 ran on TPM 1.2. If your business uses computers […]

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Windows 10 features absent from Windows 11

Windows 11 has an attractive new look and some of the niftiest features ever seen in previous iterations of the operating system. These include the new placement of the Start button, improved security, Microsoft Teams’ Chat integration into the taskbar, a more personalized Widgets feed, and much more. Some users, however, would have liked to […]

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