Windows 11 will be available starting from 5 October 2021. Finally the new Microsoft operating system has a release date but who will be able to update their PC? Here’s everything you need to know about Windows 11.
How will the update work?
The update to Windows 11 Sara free and gradual. This means that only a few users will receive the update on October 5th. In fact, many will have to wait.
The launch will involve first of all new devices and, subsequently, those already on the market, defining priorities based on a series of parameters that include the suitability of the hardware, the age of the device and much more.
The update should finish by the first half of 2022.
Ma how do i know if my pc is compatible? Windows 10 will notify you by reporting the availability of the update.
As of today, the Windows 11 beta requires the following:
- CPU of at least 1 GHz with 2 or more cores, 64-bit;
- 4 GB of RAM;
- 64 GB of internal memory;
- UEFI compliant firmware;
- Trusted Platform Module (TPM) versione 2.0;
- DirectX 12 compatible graphics card;
- screen of at least 9 inches with HD resolution;
- Internet connection.
Here is the first smartphone running Android 11 and Windows 11
What’s New in Windows 11
But what are they what’s new in Windows 11?
First of all you will enjoy a more modern design and an improved user experience thanks to the new Start button and the taskbar. Sounds and icons also change as different desktops are enhanced for multitasking.
Teams is now integrated with the taskbar, for more immediate chat, voice or video communication. Then there are i widget to build a custom AI-enabled feed to display tailored content directly on your computer.
The Microsoft Store while on the gaming front they will also come Auto HDR, Direct Storage and access to the Xbox app to play the great titles on Xbox Game Pass.
Are you ready to upgrade to Windows 11?