We have been talking to you for months Windows 11, the next version of the popular and iconic Microsoft operating system. And it seems that no, but it was ago more than 6 years when Windows 10 was released on July 29, 2015. And after several important updates, it is time to upgrade, which will continue the numbered trend of the latest installments and will be officially called Windows 11.
Windows 11 release date
Microsoft today announced the availability of Windows 11: As of October 5, 2021. On this date, the company will begin gradual rollout through a free update coming to Windows 10 computers “that meet the necessary requirements”. In addition, Windows 11 will also be able to “get pre-installed on a wide variety of new PCs “ according to Microsoft.
The free upgrade to Windows 11 that boots in just over 1 month sand will carry out in phases to “guarantee quality in your deployment“. New devices will be given the opportunity to upgrade earlier, extending the process to all devices through “An intelligent prioritization that evaluates the hardware of the device, as well as other factors that affect the experience of update”.
It is expected that, By mid-2022, the free upgrade opportunity to Windows 11 has reached all devices that meet your minimum requirements.
How to verify that your computer can upgrade to Windows 11
Users with an upgradeable Windows 10 computer, they will receive a Windows Update notice when the installation is available on their device. In addition, it is also possible to verify if Windows 11 is ready for a specific device equipped with Windows 10.
To do this, look for it in the following path: Settings> Windows Update, and select “Search for updates”.