Microsoft will Release Windows 11 on October 5th!
Windows 11, the successor to Windows 10, will be released on October 5, 2021, as told by Microsoft in their latest blog post.
The new working framework will be accessible as a free update for qualified Windows 10 PCs or new equipment boats with Windows 11 pre-stacked.
The free move up to Windows 11 will begin carrying out on October 5, and however, like numerous Windows updates, it will be accessible in stages.
Windows 11 will offer new qualified gadgets the redesign first, and afterward, Windows 11 will open up for additional in-market gadgets in the many months following October 5.
"Following the enormous learnings from Windows 10, we need to ensure we're furnishing you with an ideal experience," clarifies Aaron Woodman, senior supervisor of Windows advertising at Microsoft. "We anticipate that all eligible devices should be offered the free move up to Windows 11 by mid-2022."
On existing Windows 10 PCs, Windows Update will tell individuals when the overhaul is free for Windows 11. You can likewise verify whether your gadget is qualified for the Windows 11 overhaul through Windows Update or Microsoft's devoted PC Health Check application (at present in review).
|Android apps on Windows 11 won’t appear at launch.|
While Windows 11 will dispatch on October fifth, not the entirety of the reported components will be accessible. Microsoft is bringing Android applications to Windows 11 associated with Amazon and Intel.
However, this feature will not be accessible on 5th October. A review of Android applications on Windows 11 will be accessible for Windows Insiders in the coming months, recommending that it probably not dispatch to all Windows 11 users until 2022.
Microsoft explained its base framework prerequisites for Windows 11 last week yet uncovered a workaround for those who don't meet them.
You can introduce Windows 11 on any equipment utilizing an ISO strategy, as long as the PC has a 64-bit 1GHz processors, 4GB of RAM, 64GB of storage capacity, and a TPM 1.2 Chip.
Be that as it may, if you utilize the workaround, your PC will be unsupported. The above lines imply that an unsupported Windows 11 PC probably won't access Windows Update and even security patches.
On the off chance that your PC isn't completely viable with Windows 11, Microsoft is as yet supporting Windows 10 until October 14th, 2025. However, the number of significant updates Microsoft will deliver for Windows 10 over the following four years is not satisfactory.
A 21H2 update is showing up for Windows 10 clients not long from now that incorporates GPU figure support in the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL), Windows Hello upgrades, and WPA3 H2E Wi-Fi security support.