I'm on the horns of this dilemma as well. In this thread Time to Build a New Box
I haven't quite decided to go Win 10 or Win 11 although I'm leaning towards Win 11 as this "new" box should last me well past the October 2025 cutoff date for Microsoft support of Win 10.
Even though it won't have what @WookieGR
states above as his requirement for it "I don't see any purpose unless someone has an Alder Lake processor, PCIe 5.0 nvme and DDR5 ram"; I'm interested a bit in Intel's /Microsoft's Thread Director
which (so far) is only available on Win 11. I've started the build off with a i7-12700K which I bought yesterday. I doubt I'll ever see any real benefit as I'll probably never load up the 8 Performance Cores - never mind the 4 E cores, but in case I do someday, it may be useful.
On the Intel NUC I put together (not much effort there) last September (?), I put Win 11 on it to get used to the wrinkles of it. (I used a method to use a local account to install. I don't like to be forced into using a Microsoft Account - even though I have one. ) I too don't like the "Right Click" issues, and some other quirks. But as I do IT support for close friends and family, I figured I'd better migrate to it before one of them calls me with issues. My Mom yesterday asked me if it's time to let her Laptop upgrade to Win 11. I advised her there's no real benefit so far, but we should get it done in the summer of 2025.
For most folks, with existing PCs, I see little benefit so far to move to Win 11. But if you want to stay current, sooner or later (October 2025) you'll definitely want to take the plunge.