Same here, actually, the laptop came with 11 and the old buddy desktop running 10. And I also prefer 10 honestly. I mean, you can work around these things and set it up the way it works for you, but still.I have a laptop that came with windows 11 installed, and a desktop computer that is still running 10. I honestly prefer 10. Visually it looks nicer, and functionally it's more intuitive.
I still can't understand why Windows 11 is better than 10 in terms of performance in games and editing, for example. There is no increase in productivity in Windows 11. On the contrary, some software works unstable on Windows 11.Same here, actually, the laptop came with 11 and the old buddy desktop running 10. And I also prefer 10 honestly. I mean, you can work around these things and set it up the way it works for you, but still.
I remove OneDrive from Windows completely.Whenever One Drives not on screen, Windows should be asking, "where's One Drive?"
Choose your reason wisely. The Microsoft sniper is already waiting for the order to fire.Whenever One Drives not on screen, Windows should be asking, "where's One Drive?"
It really amazes me what kind of stuff Microsoft has been doing to their OS lately. I don't blame people switching to Linux in droves like they have, cause good lordAh, things like this just keep coming from Microsoft.
TLDR: The "new and improved Outlook" gathers your login and password for any connections (Not-MS-account/Exchange/Online relevant) and just straight up sends it to Microsoft.
Weird shit... They would gather logins for private emailservers that way.
I am really getting grumblier and more irate with MS every month (I am technically a Windows-Admin) but i feel i couldn't ever switch up to the new versions, after the old generation runs out of support. (Mostly Windows 10 with Windows Server 2016 at my job). We already had enough weird shit with Win10, but i miss the days we could just... you know install software and have it run.
It's not just MS of course. Lot of creepy, greedy, unneccesary complicated shit. (Looking at you, Sophos Central)