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Online Freddy
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Re: Windows 11


Some more info about Win 11 here:

That was very good.  thumbsup

Posted October 08, 2021, 12:41:58 PM Logged

Online Freddy
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Re: Windows 11


Saw this today:

Windows 11 doesn’t play nicely with AMD Ryzen processors

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Windows 11 is finally here, but anyone rocking a PC or laptop powered by an AMD Ryzen processor would probably be best advised to hold off on pressing that update button.

AMD has issued notification of a ‘Windows 11 Performance Variation in Certain Applications on Compatible AMD Processors’ over on its support pages.

The company, along with Microsoft, has “determined that compatible AMD processors may exhibit reduced performance in certain applications when running Windows 11”. It seems Windows 11 is causing L3 cache latency to triple in Ryzen chips.

https://www.trustedreviews.com/news/windows-11-doesnt-play-nicely-with-amd-ryzen-processors-4171646

Posted October 08, 2021, 12:46:47 PM Logged

Offline Carl2
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Re: Windows 11


I've heard it said online that many people were unhappy with with win 11 but AMD versions were not mentioned.  So my comments on the video would be he speaks rather quickly but does put in a lot of info,  it helps to go to full screen when watching.  I guess Microsoft is doing the download world wide which quite an undertaking.  Once again we are hit with the latest and greatest.  I'm doing every thing I can to stay out of the Microsoft download and purchased a bootable USB drive to upgrade.
Carl2

Posted October 08, 2021, 13:25:40 PM Logged

Online Data Topic starter
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Re: Windows 11


Saw this today:

Windows 11 doesn’t play nicely with AMD Ryzen processors

Yes I watched a video about that this morning, it seems they will have to make a patch to work with Ryzen's large amount of cache, I'm sure it will get sorted out.

Posted October 08, 2021, 20:15:50 PM Logged

Online Freddy
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Re: Windows 11


Yes they are bound to if they know what's good for them  Grin

I doubt I will upgrade until the new year anyway.

Posted October 08, 2021, 20:38:28 PM Logged

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Re: Windows 11


Yes they are bound to if they know what's good for them  Grin

Indeed  Cheesy


I doubt I will upgrade until the new year anyway.

Yes I was thinking the same timescale  thumbsup

Posted October 09, 2021, 10:09:56 AM Logged

Offline Carl2
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Re: Windows 11


  As I had mentioned somewhere to discontinue trying to work with Microsoft I had ordered a   $38.22
Windows 11 OS install /Bootable 16GB USB Drive for Legacy & UEFI Compatible
You should get it by Oct 16. Available at E Bay
I should think it would be similar the the Microsoft download and get updates as required.
I find it impossible to work with Microsoft and wish you guys luck but thinking it is a world wide project it must be so difficult
Carl2








Posted October 09, 2021, 13:52:28 PM Logged

Offline Art
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Re: Windows 11


All I can say at present is that my Windows 10 is not broken, ergo, I'm not going to Fix it!!  Grin

Posted October 10, 2021, 14:42:00 PM Logged

Offline Carl2
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Re: Windows 11


  Take your time I think Microsoft is going to support win 10 till 2025 but the computer I' d think will still continue working.  I still have some CD's being shipped to me that are taking a very long time to get to me.
Carl2

Posted October 12, 2021, 14:53:55 PM Logged

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Re: Windows 11


   I just installed Win 11 in the Asrock computer, I had bought a Win 11 flash drive from E bay and it was a quick and easy.  All down loads and documents were still in the computer after install so really nothing to worry about loosing anything in the computer at least with with the flash drive.  I had spent a lot of time at the Microsoft site and got no where.
Carl2

Posted October 15, 2021, 22:11:20 PM Logged
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