Hi, some customers are receiving automatic Windows 11 Updates and are reporting incompatibilities or lacking right click contextual menu in MF-Client. Is this currently being addressed by DEV?
Our QA teams are already actively testing Windows 11 compatibility. If your clients are having specific issues then can I request that you forward details to us via your Channel Account Manager, who can…
From what I know Windows 11 will launch on 5th October, so now the only option to install it is manually, and not an official release, and maybe via Windows Insider Program.
As a joke, do not rush to install Windows 11, because if Microsoft follows the tradition, this version of the operating system must be unstable:
1985 - Windows 1.0 (Initial version - not exactly OS but rather an "operating environment" that extended MS-DOS)
1987 - Windows version 2.0 (come with its inclusion as a "run-time version" with Microsoft's new graphical applications, Excel and Word for Windows)
1990 - Windows 3.0 (better multitask older MS-DOS)
1992 - Windows 3.1 (unstable)
1992 - Windows 3.11(stable patched version)
1995 - Windows 95 (unstable)
1995 - Windows 95 B (stable)
1998 - Windows 98 (unstable)
1998 - Windows 98 SE (stable)
2000 - Windows Me (unstable)
2003 - Windows XP (stable)
2007 - Windows Vista (unstable)
2009 - Windows 7 (stable)
2012 - Windows 8 (unstable)
2015 - Windows 10 (stable)
2021 - Windows 11 (may be unstable)
Our QA teams are already actively testing Windows 11 compatibility. If your clients are having specific issues then can I request that you forward details to us via your Channel Account Manager, who can pass them across to someone in Product.
Please try and include as much information as possible, including the M-Files version, Windows build, language, etc.
Within that context, probably not a whole lot to be honest. In general just speed improvements. However, we are currently working a lot on Teams <-> M-Files integrations to make the experience a lot more seamless than it is today. From my understanding, Teams will become much tighter integrated into Windows 11 and also change a little from how we know it today, so it would be nice to get a headstart on that.