Ray, we must move with the times, keep up with new technology otherwise we would still be using a slate and chalk.
I have just updated my computers to run on Apples new OS Monterey that arrived on the scene yesterday morning. Obviously it is too early for me to give a verdict as I am still investigating the changes but so far I can't fault it, Im sure that you will adjust to Microsofts OS 11 the more you use it.
Why wait until tomorrow? you might not be here to enjoy what you did today.
I do have a secondary PC that I gave in and updated to Windows 11 a couple of weeks ago and now find various things I either just have to live with or seek various software to get back to using some things I like and have got used to.
Already mentioned Windows Photo Viewer and Picasa but now most of my files are a blank folder and it's only when I open them up I can see the contents unlike Win 10.
Managed to get the old Windows Photo Viewer back again but it took hours. Dislike the centred tool bar as after 20 years going to left corner to find the off/reboot tab it's now in the middle. Plus previously I could click the windows logo to access 'Start' and then Settings, Pictures and Settings, I now get all the old software icons I rarely use.
Win 11 also decided my 2007 version of Office that I use all the time needed to be deleted. This involved copying the Office CD onto a Memory Stick to reload again onto the same PC as before. Just more hassle.
OK it might be a step forward, but I was very happy with how it was and could find/access things I regularly used instantly. Now I have to search all menu options.
The right click menu is limited and half the items are now hidden under 'More Items'.
So far it's just seems it's been messed about for no benefit and even more aggravation and I am still unable to use the old Casio docking station.
I really would not bother except Win 1 will stop being supported at some time.