Windows 11 is riddled with flaws… Microsoft is well aware of this.
NOW THAT WINDOWS 11 IS AVAILABLE, IT MAY BE TEMPTING TO DOWNLOAD IT… However, we strongly advise against it because the revised program is riddled with vexing flaws.
Microsoft has stated that Windows 11 will be released later this year – for select users. The all-new desktop operating system has a completely redesigned Start Menu, interactive widgets, and new features for juggling several windows over multiple screens, among other things.
It’s all quite thrilling…
However, don’t allow your excitement tempt you into downloading the beta version just yet. Microsoft has begun testing the next major version of its operating system with Windows Insiders in order to iron out any bugs before the official release. And early indications indicate that there are still a lot of issues to work out.
Microsoft has announced that the first batch of laptops, desktop PCs, and tablets with Windows 11 preloaded will be available later this year. However, there is still a lot of work to be done before the publication date. It’s not unusual for large changes to take this long.
The lack of search within the Start Menu is one of the most serious issues currently bothering Windows Insiders. Microsoft is integrating its global search bar into the Start Menu starting with Windows 11. The search bar, which allows users to search across documents, contacts, programs, and online results in Windows 10, has been moved to the new-look Start Menu, which will show in the center of the screen by default.
This isn’t a big deal if you’re a developer testing compatibility with your software or hardware on the Windows 11 preview. After all, these are the kinds of concerns that need to be resolved prior to the launch. However, if you’re looking forward to trying out Windows 11 before it goes live, the lack of search is a deal-breaker. If you only have one computer at home and need it to work or send emails, you should wait to install the Windows 11 beta.
The faulty search bar isn’t the only source of frustration for beta-testers.
Despite promising a gleaming new design language for its desktop operating system, Microsoft has failed to deliver…
It isn’t quite finished yet. Yes, Microsoft is still working on bringing the new File Explorer interface to life. The File Explorer is not available in the current beta version. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”