1: AMD's CCC is full legacy now, if you're running an old video card that is based on the HD6000 and older, the fact that it's running in windows 11 is considered unsupported. AMD's adrenaline is another matter that is being worked out as amd's developing an "app based" version of it that looks and operates the same but is more integrated into windows seamlessly, so it's likely to move over, much like how realtek's control panel function is now an app in windows 10 and now 11. 2: Can't say i ever pinned a document to a task bar or heard of anyone doing this. 3: The vast majority of my customers preferred the startmenu being completely clear of pins, zero pinned apps or anything, they wanted their start menu to appear more akin to prior OSes. Anything they wanted pinned was pinned exclusively to the taskbar. 4: usb drives don't normally auto open to begin with, and often usually due to security measures with several infected usb drives auto executing when auto opening. If you performed a clean install then it's normal, if you did an upgrade install, chances are it reset to defaults. Overall in the end, All windows 7, 8.x and 10 and now 11 is, just an upgraded version of vista, much of which is gui changes and some underlying stuff "under the hood" so to speak. Until a MAJOR kernel change happens, we'll still be running essentially the same OS for the last nearly 15 years. Microsoft needs to get off their ass and build a new kernel and OS from the ground up with fundamental changes like they did moving from windows 9x to NT and then again from NT 5 to NT 6 with vista. We should be seeing a pure x64 OS, with zero 32bit native support, Basically only x86-64 supported along with ARM 64 support out of the box as a unified OS. Then using virtual PC/sandbox, be able to launch and install legacy 32bit applications that run ENTIRELY in a secure self contained environment for each application with support for basically 16bit and even 8bit applications, dos, etc. Basically they should be able to give a user the ability to actually run in sandbox whatever windows OS is compatible. Give those "windows xp/95/7" drop down menu options legit modes that run entirely in a protected secure sandbox environment. It's not like they don't have the technology. This way the ONLY applications that are running in real mode on the primary OS are pure 64bit and comply with IMO strict guidelines and approvals so to speak.