Windows 11 adoption is slowing, and we finally know why

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In the consumer space, Windows 11 adoption has been ticking along at a reasonable pace. For businesses, however, the OS may have reached its limit, as businesses struggle to upgrade machines to meet the minimum requirements.

IT asset management group Lansweeper has observed that the adoption of Windows 11 now stands at 8.35% as of October 2023, a slight jump from the 5.74% seen in September 2022. However, having conducted research on approximately 33 million Windows devices in the enterprise sector, Lansweeper has concluded that it is largely device incompatibility that is stalling Windows 11 updates on a grand scale.
 

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Sounds to me that too many IT managers are ignorant of Rufus. Too bad, because Win-11 is really a nice OS.
 

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Or the folks in charge dictate what the IT department can and cannot do in addition to some companies using proprietary programs and are waiting for those creators to get them up-to-date. This may be a case where Microsoft shot themselves in the posterior but giving too much time between Versions, the two years of life left isn't a help.
 

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Microsoft made bad move on implementing TPM .. they should have an option to remove it from compulsory, they should have made it optional for users. As I have seen that TPM serves no purposes ..
 

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Win11 is doing better according to this article partial quote today:
A report from Windows Central revealed that “Windows 11 is now in use on over 400 million monthly active devices,” and will most likely reach the half-billion mark by 2024. The OS has been around since 2021, meaning it has taken roughly two years to hit this milestone. Compared to Windows 10, which had a higher market share in two years and currently holds a much higher share now, Windows 11 is clearly trailing behind.
 

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