When will Windows 11 come? This popular question is becoming interesting on social media as members of the Microsoft Insider program continue to release new beta versions of Windows 11. If you have a qualified PC, you can try Windows 11 right now, but with all its basic bugs and issues. Microsoft initially hinted at releasing it in late 2021 for a stable build, and a new Intel document reaffirmed the same.
In a recent document for driver updates, Intel noted that the Windows 11 update was released in October 2021. Windows matched Microsoft’s confirmation during the Windows 11 launch event. There is no specific date yet, but based on the beta test results, Windows 11 may be released in mid-October, provided that all bugs are selected.
Windows 11 may be released in October 2021
Note this Documents Refers only to Intel-based machines and so there is a possibility that the initial release of Windows 11 may be limited to Intel powered machines. Many manufacturers like Dell, HP, Asus and Lenovo have confirmed that their flagship Ultrabooks will be upgraded to Windows 11 at an early stage.
However, the widespread release of the most widely marketed Windows 11 compatible notebooks could occur in the first half of 2022. Eventually Microsoft will finally release the first update of Windows 11 by the end of 2022, as previously mentioned in the document.
At the same time, Microsoft is releasing more 2021 updates and bug fixes for Windows 10. Windows 10 will be supported until October 2025, after which Microsoft will ask users to upgrade to the new OS.
We recently tried a version of Windows 11 as part of the developer channel in the Windows Insider program and were fascinated. Windows 11 is a major refresh from the Windows 10’s up-to-date interface, which has aged even after frequent updates. Windows 11 has lots of new animations and beautiful design elements to enhance the user experience.
We’ve noticed significant performance improvements with Windows 11, especially in gaming. Over the next few months, Microsoft is expected to detect bugs and improve performance. Current developer builds still do not support the Integrated MS Team Chat option and support for Android applications.