Windows 11 is an advancement of Microsoft’s general direction for Windows clients. It offers improved performance and reliability, along with ease of deployment and enhanced security capabilities, compared to previous versions.
Previous versions of Windows allowed something of a free-for-all mentality in customizing images and Windows installations. It is worth noting that some of the techniques developed by IT professionals outside of Microsoft were not truly supported by Microsoft. These configuration tweaks, however, certainly achieved the goals of the IT professionals to customize the Windows installation for the required business use case. Usually, the solutions were stable (enough), and Microsoft provided best-effort support when issues arose, so things were good.
However, as IT organizations in large enterprises matured, business folks became involved more in the IT process. ISO, Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL), change...