After a few work arounds to get it installed on a PC that Windows 11 says won’t be able to run it. TL’DR it does just fine and I think the block is artificial. I like the new Windows 11, it’s still not there when it comes to seamless flow with some kind of unix style terminal even with the installable option. But it’s getting closer.
It still does not feel friendly to a non-windows developer, but I do feel that’s starting to be because 3rd party software on Windows is mostly living in the 90’s still, at least it sure has the UI from back then.
Could I use it mainstream aside from Apple platform development? I guess we will see, but I’m sure going to try and put it through it’s paces before release time drops.