Windows 11 aims to delight users but needs to establish its purpose

Many saw Windows 10 as the last version of Windows, expecting perpetual updates. But Windows 11 is here in 2021, and upon initial analysis, the OS has something to prove: Why does it exist at all?

When Microsoft released Windows 10 in 2015, Terry Myerson — then executive vice president of the Windows division — said, “There’s no one working on a Windows 11.” Because Windows 10 operates as a “OS as a service,” updates rolled along for years, including the frequent (security patches) and the less frequent (new features or entirely new builds). Many saw Windows 10 as the last version of Windows, expecting perpetual updates. But Windows 11 is here in 2021, and upon initial analysis, the OS has something to prove: Why does it exist at all? 

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