Guys, you have two options: Either throw your PC on the trash heap and get a new machine in order to run Win11 – or, dare I say it? install Linux on your still good machine. Whatev, for now just lookywatchy Tom’s well-informed video:
Got it? It’s easy to understand. And your options are clearly laid out for you:
No, you can’t run Microsoft compatible software but you don’t need to. As Tom said, don’t look for a certain software, just look for what tasks you wanna do on your computer and use the Free and Open Source Linux softwares to do the same job.
If you need a specialised Windows program for your job as an employee, your employer must provide you with a machine fit for the task. And in that case, a switch to Linux on your now redundant machine is the coolest thing that can happen to you.
I recommend everybody try out and use Linux softwares on your Linux machine:
MS Office: Easily replaced by Libre Office
Adobe PhotoShop: Use the GNU Image Manipulation Program GIMP
And softwares for most other tasks you can download and install for free from your Linux distro’s repository.
Anyhoo, Win11 will come and Win10 will be phased out sooner rather than later. 😐 It’s Microsoft’s inherently evil side. They can’t help it, it’s system imminent. 😦