Did you know that Windows 11 will be dropping to the public soon on October 5, 2021? Here are some things that I have come across.
Can’t find an activation key? No worries. Your Windows 10 keys will do the job especially if you have the same version. Don’t try to use a Home key to activate a Pro version as there is a 99% chance that it will not work or will downgrade you. For example, I installed Windows 11 Enterprise and tried a Windows 10 Pro key and now, it’s activated with a Pro license but at least now, it can personalize the wallpaper and lots more.
Having trouble running an applet in the browser? It is probably dependent on Internet Explorer and sadly, Windows 11 will be the first Operating System to drop total support for Internet Explorer so you will need to install extensions used in chromium-based browsers to emulate the browser for your applets or open in IE mode.
When downloading Windows 11 from unofficial resources, it could take up to five hours even while utilizing high-speed Internet access.
You might be able to install without TPM enabled but will receive a warning after you arrive at the Windows 11 desktop. Some versions won’t let you pass until TPM (preferably 2.0) is enabled. Your motherboard and processor might support it so just visit the BIOS area and dig around.