It’s true that Windows 10 has come with some issues over the past year, but the good news is that these issues are being fixed with the latest updates. The question then becomes whether or not you should upgrade to Windows 11 or stick with Windows 10, and that’s what this article will help you answer. Here are five reasons why you should upgrade to Windows 11 if your PC supports it (and remember that just because your PC can run Windows 11 doesn’t mean it will run smoothly). 4 Reasons Why You Should Upgrade to Windows 11
1) It’s Affordable
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There are a lot of computers on sale these days, but that doesn’t mean you have to spend an arm and a leg. Window 11 is actually very affordable compared to other operating systems such as OSX or Chrome OS. To get your hands on window 11, you only need $99.99 (which includes your first year of office 365!). Oh yeah, did I mention that it’s also FREE? Well it is!
2) Huge Upgrades are Possible
From what we know so far, there are a couple of huge upgrades that will be part of Windows 11. These include incredible updates to both Cortana and 3D print functionality, making it easier than ever before for consumers to work and play with Microsoft products. As technology continues to advance in all areas of our lives, you can expect these kinds of major upgrades in future versions of Windows as well.
3) Upgrading is Easier than Ever
Microsoft has made it incredibly easy to upgrade from your current operating system. The process is similar in concept to updating a smartphone’s operating system, meaning that you can seamlessly make the transition without losing any of your data or files. The installation process will take several hours, but if you’re already comfortable with your computer and OS, it shouldn’t feel like too much of a hassle.
4) Improved Security
The most recent report by AV-Test found that out of more than 1,400 new malware samples, zero could evade Windows’ newly implemented security layers. The same report found that just four percent of malware currently circulating can even penetrate Microsoft’s previous version (Windows 10). It’s likely these stats will improve even further with each subsequent update. And for any users still worried about their system being compromised, you can always choose to utilize a security suite such as Bitdefender or Norton.