Last October, Microsoft released Windows 11, its latest operating system. After a half-year delayed rollout, the OS gained broad deployment early this year, indicating that it is now available for all compatible systems. (If you’re ready, here’s how to get it.) However, because of the system requirements for Windows 11, older machines may still need to run Default Windows 10. And, like every other operating system, Windows 10 includes a few less-than-ideal default settings.