If you have long resisted the urge to try Windows 11 Beta for innovation on your PC, wait a little longer. Microsoft has confirmed the release date of Windows 11 worldwide and it is expected to reach your PC in October. To be precise, the stable build of Windows 11 will start from October 5th.
However, don’t expect the Windows Update prompt to clock in on October 5th. Stable construction. The update will be free for licensed Windows 10 users, although compatibility needs to be verified.
Windows 11 is coming on 5th October
“Today, we are thrilled to announce that Windows 11 will be available from October 5, 2021. On this day, the free upgrade of Windows 11 will start rolling out on Windows 10 PCs and pre-loaded PCs with Windows 11. Will begin to be available for purchase. A new Windows experience, Windows 11 is designed to bring you closer to your choice, ”Microsoft said in a media statement.
Microsoft recommends using the PC Health Check tool to determine the compatibility of Windows 11 with the current Windows 10 PC. On the ground, all Windows 10 laptops are eligible for upgrades but your PC needs to have a TPM chip, as well as at least 7M General Intel processor or newer, or an AMD Gen2 processor and newer chip.
Enterprise owners can theoretically run Windows 11 on PCs with older Intel and AMD chips, but Microsoft recommends otherwise for a stable user experience.
A few months ago, we tried the initial developer preview of Windows 11. The OS seemed to be a polished version of Windows 10 with new aesthetic changes and significant gains in performance. The most talked about feature in Windows 11 is the rebuild of the Microsoft Store, which will now launch Android apps.
The feature will not be available at launch but when it comes to stable builds in the coming months, users can expect to run their favorite Android apps on their PCs through the Amazon App Store.
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