I don’t think I’ve seen anyone make this analogy yet, so I’m going to go ahead and do it. Forgive me if it’s been done.
But doesn’t Windows 11 seem to Windows 10 what Windows 98 SE was to Windows 98?
Not that that’s a bad thing.
I just don’t see a revolution here. It’s more … wait for it … evolution (wow, how profound of me).
And it’s strange because Windows 98 SE was well received — it fixed genuine issues with Windows 98.
And Windows 11, even though it contains some cool stuff, is also making changes that are rubbing people the wrong way, which is a nicer way of saying p*ssed off.
I mean … am I looking forward to it? I’d say, yes, but I don’t even think I’m going to “seek” it. Probably wait until their omniscient telemetry thinks I’m ready.
I think we are going to have a very interesting 2022 as we watch this unfold.