That depends. How much do you hate the idea of sharing everything with Microsoft?
I spent most of yesterday trying to create a Windows 11 VM again, so I could see how it's changed since the one I created when it was new, but most of the changes seem to be aimed at locking you tighter and tighter into their ecosystem. The first time, it was relatively easy to set up a "local" account, despite their encouragement to join the Microsoft family instead, but this time I couldn't find a way to do that at all. The online articles that describe how to do that no longer work with recent versions of the OS, and I finally gave up on it.
There's only one task that I need Windows for -- making labels for the soups and jams that I can -- and fortunately Windows 10 works fine to run my label maker. There's no Linux driver or editor utility for it.
GuzziPhil I'm hoping the W11 SSD will boot in the T510 (4gb ram) because curious about modern Windows.
It's entirely possible, but not guaranteed. It'll be a question of physical properties (will it fit, and can I connect it?) and whether there's a suitable driver available. I'm guessing that it will work, although Windows 11 is pretty picky about what older machines it will run on. There are online articles about how to work around some of the tests it does, though, so if you can install the drive and connect it, you stand a good chance that you can make it work.