Will the Windows 11 See Mass User Upgrades?

A new version of the Windows operating system is usually something that results in multiple users changing the manner in which they interact with their computers by adopting the updated operating system in a lot of circumstances. With all of that having been said and now out of the way it is important to note that it often takes a good long while before a majority of Windows users end up adopting the latest operating system version due to them being used to the older version of the same thing.

With Windows 11 just around the corner, there is a lot of interest surrounding the kinds of user migration we will be seeing with regards to updates and the like. A survey has revealed that 35% of people that use Windows plan to upgrade as soon as Windows 11 has been released, which is a relatively high percentage that indicates that most users are excited about the new features that are coming their way. The fact that people with a preexisting license for Windows 10 will be able to upgrade free of charge is also something that might be having an impact on users wanting to upgrade a lot faster.

Only 13% of respondents to the survey said that they do not plan to upgrade, with the rest saying that they plan on upgrading at some point in the future. This new version of Windows is going to be heavily redesigned, and it’s fair to say that it borrows a lot of features from Mac OS which could result in lots of users that prefer that operating system switching to Windows because of the fact that this is the sort of thing that could potentially end up allowing them to use their favorite features without having to spend enormous amounts of money on a Mac.

H/T: YG.
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