A potentially worrying situation could be on the horizon regarding compatibility with older games.
Following recent spillage of purported official AMD internal benchmarks, we have a leak of a 3DMark score.
SteamOS 3 has leaked, leading to further revelations of the OS being installed on other portables aside from the Steam Deck.
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This could prompt concerns from folks who are worried about Microsoft’s track record with dubious popups in the past.
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Some testers are confused about what’s happening with unsupported devices, so Microsoft has clarified things.
Some folks had already guessed that Android app support wasn’t happening in time for the launch of Windows 11.
As we’ve seen, even if your PC isn’t compatible with Windows 11, you can still install the OS – but it really isn’t recommended.
RTX 3060 and 3060 Ti graphics cards may be facing imminent supply problems, but hopefully any issues won’t last long.
Is Microsoft not so keen to listen to user feedback these days, to the point of forcing through baffling changes?
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This is the easiest way to try out Windows 11 – albeit in a very limited fashion, it has to be said.
A reliable Microsoft leaker thinks we’ll have confirmation of the release schedule in the next week or two.