In all honesty and at the current moment my excitement for Windows 12 is incredibly low. I am having a hard time envisioning why we would even need a new operating system from Microsoft so soon. To me the strategy comes across as a bit of a cash grab for hardware sales. Even with Windows Vista and Windows 8, right now Windows 12 ranks lower then those two in my initial thoughts simply because it's too soon.
Since I am a tech enthusiast, I will probably still try out Windows 12. But nothing is yet saying go out and buy a new PC to take advantage of this new OS.
I am doing well. I am a bit busier then I used to be so I am no longer able to be as active as I used to be here. But I still peak in from time to time.
Good to see you jumping in when you can.
I will have no choice but to adopt Win 12 as soon as it is a real deal, then the biggest choice for me would be what OSs to use for my Multi Booting System, i would like to say i give equal attention to all 4 OSs on my SSDs, but that would be a blatant lie, Windows 10 with WB10 is my least used by far, had to jump in to it yesterday for the monthly patch Wednesday, and i may not revisit the Win 10 drive until next cumulative update, Win 11 Enterprise has been good to me since day one, so for me that drive was a no brainer for daily use.
For many years now, i have not had a store purchased PC, i am a Techy Guy too, so every system for years has been built by me and is fully bespoke to me, so i never had any intention of running out and following MSs lead of needing new Hardware, that decision is mine and i would never pass that decision over to MS to make for me. I have purchased Laptops for the wife, and when i replace them yo higher spec models, the older ones pass over to me to do my Naroon thing with, whatever that may be at the time.