Microsoft has brought good news to millions of customers around the world! The official release date for the new OS version has been released. NS Windows 11 Arrive with some news. paying off.
From October 5th, the program will be available for Free update. The procedure will be gradual and will take into account the requirements of each device.
Windows 11: Make sure your PC is compatible
New PCs, as of Microsoft’s official launch, will leave stores with Windows 11 pre-installed. Windows 10 users will need to be aware of the upgrade requirements.
Here is the list with some Minimum Requirements To install according to information from Microsoft:
- A computer with at least 1 GHz processor;
- RAM should be minimum 4 GB;
- The available hard disk space should not be less than 64 GB;
- DirectX 12 / WDDM 2.x compatible graphics card;
- Screen larger than 9 inches, HD (720p);
- good quality internet;
- Back from Microsoft.
Remember that these are the basic requirements. To check the details, go to Microsoft . site.
What’s new in Windows 11
In terms of usability, Windows 11 basically has the same features as its predecessor. So the company says that users will continue to enjoy the “quiet and creative” space, with “a new Start menu and new ways to connect with their favorite people, news, games and content.”
Apps will be easily accessible in version 11, thanks to “tools like Snap layouts, desktops and a new, more intuitive reconnect experience.”
Microsoft Teams, chatting, calling, sharing, video conferencing, and the workspace will be permanently integrated into Windows 11.
Obviously, Microsoft Edge browser, in its version 2, will also integrate the operating system. It will bring several configurable tools, allowing access to news and entertainment compatible with user profiles.
Anyone expecting a version that offers greater integration with the apps on your Android device will be disappointed. But it is expected that by 2022 some Android apps will be available on Windows 11.
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