After its own upgrade business computer With its latest operating system, Microsoft has come to a rather surprising conclusion: Windows 11 good.
In a new blog post (opens in a new tab)Microsoft explains that it has now upgraded nearly all of its workforce of about 182,000 people to Windows 11, while insisting that it is not increasing the amount of support in the process.
Microsoft attributes the successful implementation to the fact that there are far fewer application compatibility challenges than in the past, no need to create multiple disk images, and improved distribution tools and processes. significantly during implementation Windows 10. The update used a gradual ‘ring-based’ approach.
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Microsoft says it has determined which of its devices can be upgraded first, using the Microsoft Endpoint Manager Endpoint Analytics and Update Compliance tool, allowing the company to create a clear schedule for deployment.
Windows 11 has specific hardware requirements, and one percent of Microsoft devices are not upgraded. Employees with these incompatible devices will continue to run Windows 10 side-by-side, before receiving the Windows 11 device at their next device refresh.
Microsoft says a total of 190.00 devices are eligible for the upgrade, and their upgrade has been 99% successful.
The company also explained the importance of making content available to employees during internal deployment.
The software giant says that Yammer, FAQs, Microsoft SharePoint, email, Microsoft TeamInternal homepages and digital signage are some of the tools used to get the message across to its employees.
Microsoft says its communications team is focused on promoting the new look and features of Windows 11, including its flexible scheduling and update speed.
News comes like accept Windows 11 because the broader market seems to be moving relatively slowly.
In March 2022, Windows 11 accounted for only 0.1% of the market share compared to other versions of Microsoft software, accounting for 19.4% of total usage, with another 0.6% using the Windows 11 Insider edition. .
It seems that consumers also need to be wary of installing and managing their own Windows 11 updates, as some cybercriminals appear to be taking the opportunity to attack devices.
Security researchers found a fake Windows 11 upgrade website promises to provide a free installation of Windows 11 for PCs that don’t meet the minimum specifications, but install data theft instead malware.