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  1. After reading that for gaming using Windows 11 on AMD can have negative performance I was wondering whether someone is using it an can say whether there are also issues during video editing/filtering/encoding to be expected when using an AMD cpu.

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  2. I have no intention of moving to Win 11 until it has been in the wild for at least 6 months to a year, so that any issues become apparent and there has been a chance for an update or two. Win 10 didn't really come into its own until after the first big update and I suspect the same will happen with Win 11.
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    Been on windows 11 for the last 3 months and find it to be just as good as windows 10 or better for playing games,also it fixed a few issues that windows 10 had.
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  4. Are you using an AMD cpu?
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  6. Since my Desktop won't accept 11 I had to install it on my laptop. It works nice tbh
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    I've been running Windows 11 since August 28th 2021, it's been very good. I did run into a problem with Losslesscut however, I couldn't get the installation version to run, it wouldn't run even with a change in compatibility settings. The portable version does work for me. It is the only software so far that had an issue for me. Visually everything has rounded corners. A right click in Windows 11 offers you a shorter menu, you have an additional step when you want to rename a file. You can get the right click full menu by pressing shift & F10.
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    I upgraded to Windows 11 this week. So far, everything is working stably, except for Photoshop. I am having problems transferring my license. So I use the free background remover and other free image editing counterparts for now. The OS works stably, I like the updated design. Especially the grouping of windows, it helps a lot when working.
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