Microsoft waited quite a while to release a new Windows version. In this poll, I would like to know if you are planning to deploy Windows 11 for end users in your organization this year.
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I don't want to talk too much here to avoid influencing your vote. However, I want to at least tell you why I am curious about your plans.

Windows 11

Windows 11

More than six years have passed since the release of Windows 10. One might speculate that most IT pros can hardly wait to get Windows 11 out to their end users after such a long time. On the other hand, Microsoft continuously forces feature updates on Windows 10 users. Thus, I really wonder how many of you are eager to deploy Windows 11 any time soon, considering that the Windows 10 of 2022 is no longer the OS that was released in 2015.

In this poll, I only want to know if you are planning to deploy Windows 11 to end users. It doesn't count if you or some of your admin colleagues will install Windows 11 on their own machines.

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Will you deploy Windows 11 to end users in your organization in 2022?

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  1. Christophe 1 year ago

    Too young, we’ve to wait the SP1 or something like that.

    • Author

      Microsoft abandoned service packs a long time ago because they continuously release new features in smaller junks. This strategy might work for consumers, but has been a big problem for companies. So once Microsoft stops delivering new features for Windows 10, it might become the operating system of choice for many organizations just because of that.

      On the other hand, because Windows 11 builds on all the changes that have been introduced with Windows 10, the old strategy of many IT pros to wait for the first service pack does no longer make sense. The difference between with Windows 11 and Windows 10 is certainly much smaller than between Windows 8 and Windows 10. In fact, Microsoft could dump version numbers altogether and just call the thing “Windows.” I mean Windows is supposed to be a service, right? Nobody uses version numbers for services.

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