Microsoft’s new operating system, Windows 11, is on its way and will be released for free. Let’s go and see it all in more detail
That a new operating system was now in the air was well known. For some weeks in fact more and more important indiscretions followed one another about the arrival of this elusive “sequel” of Windows 10. The new official wallpaper and the new preview photos left no room for doubt. To this is added the trailer posted by the same Microsoft on its official YouTube channel and also the end of support for Windows 10 now imminent.
Windows 11 will arrive for free, but when?
Today, during the conference called by Microsoft itself, the new operating system was finally unveiled and made official. The premises catalog it as faster and therefore more performing than its predecessor. It has even been called a operating system designed specifically for gamers. The new Windows 11 brings with it many innovations, including l’auto HDR, the much infamous Direct Storage and support a DirectX 12 Ultimate. All this will allow for better graphics and reduced loading times.
In addition to the gaming side, there will also be important news regarding the brand new Start button and taskbar. In addition, it was also chosen to simplify multitasking, thus making life easier if you usually work with many open sessions. The news will also concern a new Microsoft Store, designed to create a new, more open ecosystem for developers.
In short, many new features coming with this Windows 11 and will be all completely free, almost. Indeed this operating system will be available as a free update later this year to all Windows 10 users who meet the recommended requirements. But how do you know if our PC is ready for this update? All you have to do is connect to the official website, scroll down and download the app PC integrity check.
Once done, start it and find out if your hardware supports the new operating system arriving by the end of the year. For those who will not carry out the free upgrade and want to install it later, certainly will have to purchase a valid license in the future. What do you think of Windows 11? Did he manage to satisfy you at first glance? In order not to miss further news regarding the software universe, keep following the pages of techgameworld.com!