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Over half of current Windows users want to upgrade to Windows 11

A poll conducted by Windows Report with 11,097 participants has revealed some interesting public perceptions about the upcoming Windows 11 operating system.

According to the results, over half of the participants are planning to upgrade to the new OS at launch, while almost a quarter of those polled don’t have a laptop or PC that meets the lofty minimum hardware requirements to upgrade at all. It seems folk are also torn on the design, with 53% voting in favor of the new look, while 21% think it closely resembles Windows 10, and 13% admitting that the look of Windows 11 isn’t to their taste.

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The poll also asks questions regarding favorite features and queried the participant’s knowledge of internal PC components like TPM chips (after an early issue regarding compatibility was traced back to a TPM issue), though it seems the survey was sent out to people who are already fans of (or at least familiar with) the Microsoft operating system, with 51% of people in the poll being members of the Windows Insider Program and a further 17% of non-members now planning to join the program to test Windows 11 before its public launch.

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