Someone found the old Start menu after upgrading to Windows 11

Someone found the old Start menu after upgrading to Windows 11

The most passionate among you will have already updated to the latest release of Microsoft's operating system, Windows 11, probably without encountering any relevant problems (unless you have an AMD CPU), but it was not the case for everyone. . In fact, as reported by colleagues at Bleeping Computer, it seems that some, after updating from Windows 10, found themselves with a graphical interface halfway between Windows 10 and Windows 11.

As witnessed from a screenshot posted by a user on Reddit, in several cases the “old” Windows 10 taskbar remained, complete with a non-working Start menu. Following this post, other people also claimed to have had a similar problem, while all the rest of the UI had been updated to the new Windows 11 layout.

Credit: Mastermind1703 / Reddit In the past, this same situation had occurred to several users of the Insider program on the occasion of the release of Windows 11 build 22000.194. In that case, some people were able to fix it simply by uninstalling the latest cumulative update, while others had to create a new user profile, which forced them to copy their data, as well as potentially reinstall applications.

We remind you that, to proceed with the installation of Windows 11, it is necessary to satisfy some requests, such as the use of eighth generation Intel core or AMD Ryzen processors from Zen 2 architecture onwards, as well as support for infamous TPM 2.0 for security. This last requirement does not seem to have been well received by the community, so much so that two methods have been identified for installing the latest Windows release on systems not officially supported: one uses a script and the other provides for the addition of a registry key (and was disseminated directly by Microsoft). If you are interested in learning more about the subject, we recommend that you read our dedicated article.

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