Windows 10 / Windows 11 should transition to the Red Hat / Fedora model of releases.
Given Windows 11 is all but trashed as a release, Microsoft should just bite the bullet and keep with Windows 10 as the hard baked long-term release, and use Windows 11 as the Fedora style cutting-edge release. People would then accept the bugs/menu inconsistencies in Windows 11, and Microsoft developers could really try 'out there' new features, before any of them hit the mainstream.
For all the hatred, there are some good points in Windows 11, but it still feels an experimental release, not something that is meant to be RTM. But whatever the marketing reasons for this release, marketing really can't hide the artificial constraints placed on the hardware, that will inevitably condemn 1 billion PCs to an early grave, generating vast amounts of landfill crud and toxic waste, and for what exactly? A new crappy centralised start menu full of product placement/paid advertisements and incredulously, the inability of a novice, to intuitively find a way to delete a file in file explorer.
(*Written on a machine running Windows 11).