Also interested about this. Keep me posted!Simple question.
If I install Windows 11 will I need to reinstall all my current programs such as Office, Photoshop, ftp program, html editor etc etc
That's the fault of the HDD or SSD in the laptop. Windows 11 installation, like all reading and writing of disks, is not any more particularly capable of damaging an HDD or SSD. The only way it could is if it constantly spun down and spun up an HDD, or intentionally wrote to the same sectors of an SSD hundreds of times, or sent destructive ATA commands to the disk. Windows installers don't do any of that, therefore this isn't relevant to the topic of being able to upgrade without data loss, as long as the HDD or SSD is in decent condition.I tried to install windows 11 but my hard disk broke lol, now my laptop is not working
Yeah! I have never lost anything during an upgrade...Really is it right?