As with Windows 10, Microsoft seems enthusiastic about forcing users to upgrade to Windows 11. With that, there is a way around this forced upgrade.
For many, the answer may be privacy, since Windows 11 requires the use of a Microsoft account for
Home edition ALL users. Additionally, 11 requires that you submit to extensive telemetry out of the box (which can be mitigated/blocked with software such as OOSU10).
For others, the answer may be as simple as they like Windows 10, given that it has a more traditional UI (borderline reminiscent of 2000/XP/Vista/7), might run programs better, or might run better on older hardware.
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Without further ado, the fix that I've tried (and had work) is as follows:
In the digital age, it's becoming increasingly difficult to maintain control over your hardware, with forced updates on smartphones, Windows apparently being a service now, and people increasingly turning to DRM-ridden "streaming" services, in lieu of using physical media or torrenting.
It is my whole-hearted belief that Windows 11 is just another big tech-originating attempt to take control over hardware you paid money for out of your hands and into theirs. As of 2017, ~71% of Windows 10 users had telemetry fully enabled-- just another sign that people either don't care much about privacy (if they care at all) or might be "blissfully unaware" of the risks of not caring about privacy.
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