I've been using it for the past couple months through Microsoft's Insider program, and I've gotta say: as much as I enjoyed the general aesthetic of the update, I'm even happier with it now that I've got it on more modern hardware.
On a whim, I decided to take a look at the Windows 11 Wikipedia page, when I discovered the following:
Windows 11 will ship with the Chromium-based Microsoft Edge web browser, and will not include or support Internet Explorer
Given that Windows 10 reaches end of life on 14OCT25, the Navy should prolly do a bit of modernization across all of their web apps. As it stands, we've got at least half a dozen that I can think of off the top of my head that don't work properly on anything but Internet Explorer. One of them specifically, eNTRS, is pretty much broken unless you're nerdy enough to go in and look at the source code to pull out some URLs you need for various bits of functionality.
From this, I can say that I'm pretty thankful that my time with the Navy is set to expire a good bit before the cutoff date with Windows 10 support, because man...
That's not gonna be fun.