The Microsoft team did a great job in upgrading Windows 10 to Windows 11. The new Operating system has been the talk of the tech town for quite a period of time. The official release of the system happened on Thursday, and everyone was finally given the opportunity to take a look at the new Operating system.
If you have not looked at the leaks, then this was a great experience for you because the leaks did dampen the spirits of a lot of people when it came out earlier. It is kind of like getting spoilers for a movie that you have been waiting to watch.
But Microsoft officially announced the final form of the Operating system on Thursday. There had been a lot of nifty upgrades that had been made to the system. There are larger touch targets involved.
The start menu and taskbar had also been changed, and we are getting a new look for both of them with some new features thrown onto it. There are a lot of stuff that you can find to be much more convenient in this new Windows 11 than the previous version of Windows 10.
The fact that new features like snap groups and juggle apps have been included in the new upgrade had made us very happy. To make sure that you are actually well aware of all the tiny details and surprises that Windows 11 is offering, you should check out the official release (if you have not yet).
After the dreadful upgrading seizures of Windows 10, maybe this one will be a lot better. Microsoft has released Windows 11, a free upgrade from Windows 10. Before making the operating system available for other qualifying existing gear, Microsoft is starting to give the free update to new devices that are still coming with Windows 10.
Unfortunately, the Windows 11 update isn’t compatible with every PC now running Windows 10. To run Windows 11, you’ll need a processor that supports TPM 2.0 (Trusted Platform Module), 4GB of RAM, 64GB of storage, and a motherboard that supports at least the Intel 8th Generation Coffee Lake chipset or the Zen 2 chipset.
This prevents millions of PCs from receiving the official Windows 11 upgrade, while unofficial fixes will be available for those who insist on using Windows 11.
Microsoft is also slowly rolling out Windows 11, so the free upgrade may not be available to all currently supported older PCs immediately. Microsoft predicts that by the middle of 2022, all compatible current PCs will be offered the Windows 11 upgrade.