Windows 11 will be available on October 5th

After months of hype, Windows 11 has a release date. Microsoft has announced that Windows 11 will be available on October 5th, both as a free upgrade for preparing Windows 10 organizations as well as new PCs sending with the OS pre-installed.

Don’t assume you’ll get the upgrade on day one, though. This is a gradual rollout that will prioritize newer hardware and use “intelligence models” to determine who gets the upgrade first, including reliability and device age. All subsidizing machines will get the update by mid-2 022, but this suggests you may be toward the back of the queue if you’re employ relatively old hardware. At least some send Windows 10 PCs will be on the fast track for Windows 11 modernizes, including modelings from Acer, ASUS, Dell, HP, Lenovo, Samsung and( of course) Microsoft.

Notably, though, Android app support won’t be available on launch. Microsoft now merely expects to introduce the feature in a Windows Insider preview build sometime in the “coming months.” That’s not perfectly scandalizing given the challenges of translating mobile apps to a mouse-and-keyboard experience, but this still represents one of Windows 11′ s tentpole facets won’t be available for a long while.

The brand-new programme midsts on a refreshed interface with a brand-new Start interface, Snap Layouts, widgets and Teams integration. You’ll too find a redesigned Microsoft Store that even lets third-party collects operate within its walls. Technology like DirectX 12, DirectStorage and Auto HDR too promise to help gamers.

This had not been possible to Microsoft’s smoothest start, nonetheless. On top of the delayed Android feature, Microsoft triggered some disorder with relatively steep hardware requirements that have evolved over time and include demands for security boasts like TPM 2.0. Microsoft will technically let you install Windows 11 on unsupported equipment, but you might be denied revises unless you’re willing to install brand-new OS personas on a frequent basis. Unlike Windows 10, then, you can’t just assume your years-old computer will run this software without a hitch — there’s a chance you’ll have to upgrade your hardware firstly, even if it’s still fast enough for your needs.

Read more: engadget.com

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