Towards to end of last year I decided to go for it and install Windows 11. Now keeping in mind that I was installing it on my only computer, and only a couple of days before I ran a workshop, it probably wasn’t the best idea (everyone knows you don’t install updates before workshops, let along an entire new operating system), but thankfully everything worked out fine. Coming up on about 5 months now, it’s grown on me, and although there’s a few things that could get an improvement, you can see the thought that’s gone into this latest Windows version.
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In the past, Windows has developed a reputation for being a difficult OS to use as a developer. Things were difficult to install and run, involved complex workarounds and you could forget doing anything involving Ruby. Thankfully in recent years that's improved, even more so with the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) so it's now possible to do pretty much everything you can on a unix system.