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ben price

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I am using the Dell Inspiron series, Which has a core i3 10th gen and only 120 GB SATA SSD. Now I am using win10, Is it ideal to install win11 on this device with 120GB SSD.
 

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It's a new operating system from a company that has a track record of releasing a far from ideal version of their OS every other time. Windows 10, while not perfect, has been out for a relatively long time and unless there are specific features that you need from W11, I'd say stay on W10, at least until they do an inevitable Windows 11.1 update down the line that actually works.
 

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Windows 11 is basically a Win10 core with updates shell (icons, etc), other than cosmetic and some menu changes, haven't noticed any compatibility or significant bugs.

It does have a TPM2 requirement, which a lot of existing hardware doesn't contain or provide... thus not updatable to Win11.

Does your system under Setting / Update, indicate your system meets minimal requirements for Win11? Many older hardware does not.

As far as hardware, personal opinion... an i3 and unspecified RAM & GPU would likely be subpar in performance & satisfaction. The 120GB SSD is minimal for Win10 & Win11 but also the easiest to upgrade.

If your system is meeting your needs, I'd stay with current setup.
 
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Windows 11 is basically a Win10 core with updates shell (icons, etc), other than cosmetic and some menu changes, haven't noticed any compatibility or significant bugs.

It does have a TPM2 requirement, which a lot of existing hardware doesn't contain or provide... thus not updatable to Win11.

Does your system under Setting / Update, indicate your system meets minimal requirements for Win11? Many older hardware does not.

As far as hardware, personal opinion... an i3 and unspecified RAM & GPU would likely be subpar in performance & satisfaction. The 120GB SSD is minimal for Win10 & Win11 but also the easiest to upgrade.

If your system is meeting your needs, I'd stay with current setup.
Thanks for your informative suggestion.
 

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