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Windows 11 review: Good, but no need to upgrade yet

Windows 11 refines what’s good about Windows 10 without changing too much about Microsoft’s operating system in the process. Many of the new features can help you be more productive — once you learn how to use them.

Windows 11 has arrived, and with it comes Microsoft’s vision for the future of personal computing. This is a softer, more rounded Windows, one that puts the Start menu front and center while doing away with some of the cruft that cluttered up Windows 10.

But while Windows 11 does introduce some welcome improvements, many are so subtle you probably won’t notice them unless you’re specifically looking. And even the changes that do grab your attention — like the newly centered Start button — tend to fade into the background with remarkable speed. 

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