Are you affected by COVID-19?
Free consultation on how we can help you to change your services and offerings with online systems! – GET a free consultation

Microsoft Windows 11 Now Rolling Out Globally

Windows 11 is finally official, with a new look and much more after being revealed at Microsoft’s big event on June 24. Showcasing the simple design language and more, the new upgrade is prepared to download and use on machines that meet the minimum requirements.

There is likewise a gigantic upgrade of the Microsoft Store, allowing Android applications from the Amazon App Store to be utilized, so you can download TikTok and other applications if you wish.

A lot of revelations are as yet being made with the updated Insider build and from what Microsoft is affirming with other sellers and users. There is yet certain confusion as to the system requirements of what Windows 11 requires for your computer. While we sit tight for more affirmation from the organization, here is all that we know about the release date, the new features, and the download procedure for Windows 11.

Windows 11 Release Date

It looks like Microsoft is hinting at a release for Windows 11 in October. In any case, this may be the date that new PCs and Laptops are sold with Windows 11 pre-installed. For individuals running Windows 10 who need to upgrade, you might need to wait until 2022.
There is also going to be an annual update of the new OS, similar to Apple’s efforts with macOS. While Microsoft released a tool that allowed you to check whether your desktop computer or laptop will actually want to run Windows 11.         

How to download Windows 11?

Microsoft has updated the Insider build, named 22000.65 (KB5004745) for Windows Insiders on the developer or beta channel. The build is currently broadly accessible on the beta channel, showcasing more refinements across the board, including the Microsoft Store.
Before you do though, the best point of call would be to ensure that your computer is registered for Microsoft’s Insider Program first, as long as it encounters the requirements. But do be conscious, we advise you to only run it on a computer that is not your main machine, as there are amply of minor problems for now.

Meanwhile, sellers, for example, Lenovo have released a lot of direction to other users who have machines running Windows 7 and above, that it might be a free upgrade. There is even an option to downgrade to Windows 10 if you are experiencing problems with Windows 11.
This is available in the present Insider builds, but you can only do it within 10 days of upgrading your machine, or else a clean install has to be done to go to Windows 10.

Minimum Specifications

There are been many discussions as to which devices are eligible for Windows 11.
For now, Microsoft has published the requirements for the update, but they are liable to change as we near release and the organization takes feedback.
• Processor: 1 gigahertz (GHz) or faster with as a minimum of two cores on a compatible 64-bit processor or SoC
• RAM: 4GB
• Storage: 64GB
• System Firmware: UEFI, Secure Boot capable
• TPM: Trusted Platform Module 2.0
• Graphics Card: DirectX 12 or later with WDDM 2.0 driver
• Display: 720p, 8-bit per color channel, at least 9-inch diagonal
• Internet Connection and Microsoft Account: Windows 11 Home needs an active internet connection and a Microsoft Account to complete the initial, first-use setup of the OS, or when switching a device out of Windows 11 Home in S-mode.