In the current episode, Sindh Uplink, everything revolves around the start of Windows 11. Microsoft has started a rollout, but no one currently has an automatic update. We explain how to start the update manually, how strictly Microsoft implements hardware specifications, how to avoid the requirements – and what the issues were in the beginning.
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First users report performance issues. Some AMD Raison CPUs currently run slower under Windows 11, and there are some limitations when the HVCI security feature is enabled. The former needs to be fixed in a link soon, and Christoph Wintech estimates that the latter is unlikely to be noticed in everyday life. He and the ct hardware team are currently testing on various computers, where there is still a problem.
Overall, Windows 11 is already running relatively smoothly, according to John Sholer on CD Uplink. Microsoft fixed some bugs at the last minute before the release date, which was actually criticized by John a few days before the final version. So far, it has not released the promised option to launch Android processors on Windows 11.
Also present: Achim Parkshak, John Sholer, Christoph Wintech
You can find out more about Windows 11 at 22/2021 – it’s available at kiosks Browser And in the c’t app for iOS and Android.
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