Windows 11 Start Hero Surface BookSource: Daniel Rubino / Windows Central

Windows 11 officially started rolling out this week. The latest operating system from Microsoft brings a new Start menu, new features, and a more modern look. It also removes some features that were available in Windows 10. Leading up to the release of Windows 11, we asked how people felt about specific elements of it or if they planned to install it right away. Now that people have had a chance to use it, we have a simple question: Do you like Windows 11?

Some of our staff have already weighed in on Windows 11. Our news editor Robert Carnevale called Windows 11 "much ado about nothing." Our senior editor Jez Corden wrote an entire piece about how the new Start menu sucks. Our editor Richard Devine listed seven things we hate about Windows 11.

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On the flip side, we also have a piece breaking down the five best features of Windows 11.

We'd like to know what you think. Are there features of the new OS that you now can't live without? Are there aspects of Windows 10 that you miss after upgrading? Let us know in our poll and share your thoughts in the comments below.

Unfortunately for many of our readers, it's necessary to add an option indicating an inability to download Windows 11. In our poll asking if people were upgrading to Windows 11, over 25% of participants said they couldn't get the new OS on their PC.

If you haven't had a chance to try out the new operating system for yourself, make sure to check out our Windows 11 review. Our senior editor runs through everything that's new in Windows 11 in both a written review and an extensive video breakdown.