Windows 11 arriving free upgrade officially on 5th october by Microsoft
Windows 11 arriving free upgrade officially on 5th October by Microsoft
Windows 11 arriving free upgrade officially on 5th October by Microsoft: Today Microsoft officially announced that they are releasing Windows 11 on 5th October 2021. The update is provided as free to the eligible window 10 PCs.
Microsoft will roll out Windows 11 in phases, with older systems receiving it after the newest devices within the international markets. On their new blog, Microsoft confirmed that the rollout is going to be “phased and measured with attention on quality.” The Microsoft company expects to finish the rollout to all or any supported devices by the mid of next year.
The new Windows OS will accompany a totally redesigned layout with the latest position for the start menu, new icons and themes, softer visuals, and more such changes. It also brings several performance improvements as compared to Windows 10. Now promising more power efficiency and 40 % smaller updates it will be run within the background.
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An important feature is going to be the inclusion of Android apps on the Windows OS for the first time. However, Microsoft clarifies that the inclusion of Android apps to Windows 11 will “start with a preview for Windows Insiders over the approaching months.” Though Microsoft claims to be performing on it together with Amazon and Intel, the consequences won’t be seen on consumer PCs before next year.
Windows 11 also comes with the latest Microsoft Store that features an all-new design. It brings new features like Stories – editorial content to stay you informed about the simplest apps and a replacement pop-up store to put in apps from the browser.
The new Microsoft Store also introduces several changes for developers, including support for more sorts of apps also as a choice to bring their own or a 3rd party commerce platform in their apps.
Windows 11 Compatibility Check
As we already mentioned that Microsoft is releasing Windows 11 on 5th October. So now you need to check that your PC is eligible for Windows 11 or not. Follow the below options to check whether your PC is compatible or eligible for the latest Windows 11 upgrade.
- Option 1: you need to Use Microsoft’s PC Health check to see that your PC can run Windows 11
Download Microsoft’s PC Health check in your PC > Open the File > Agree with terms and conditions > Click Install > and then Finish
If your PC is not eligible for Windows 11 then you’ll get a popup message on the screen says. “This PC doesn’t currently meet Windows 11 system requirements.
- Option 2: Use the WhyNotWin11 app to check Compatibility
A new open-source app WhyNotWin11 is an alternative option to Microsoft’s PC health Check. Maybe it can be worked because we are not sure that the open-source app will be worked or not.
- Option 3: Checking Microsoft list of system Requirements
There is another option to check compatibility by reading the list of System specifications on the Microsoft website.
System Requirements to Run Windows 11
Check out below the official list of system requirements to get Windows 11 upgrads.
Processor: 1GHz or faster with 2 or more cores on a compatible 64-bit processor or system on a chip
RAM: 4GB RAM
Storage: Minimum 64GB storage or larger
System Firmware: UEFI, Secure Boot capable
TPM: Trusted Platform Module version 2.0
Graphics card: Compatible with DirectX 12 or later with WDDM 2.0 driver
Display: HD (720p) display greater than 9 inches diagonally, 8 bits per color channel
Internet connection and Microsoft account: For Windows 11 Home edition: internet connectivity; Microsoft account to complete device setup on first use. For all Windows 11 editions: internet access to perform updates and to download and use some features; Microsoft account for some features
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