Microsoft to Officially Roll Out Windows 11 on October 5

Microsoft to Officially Roll Out Windows 11 on October 5
The Siliconreview
01 September, 2021

Microsoft's to launch Windows 11 to authorized users from October 5

In a recent press meet, tech giant Microsoft has announced that it will officially be rolling out its most anticipated Windows 11 from October 5 this year. Windows 11 is currently available in the beta version and only to those a part of the Windows Insider program. But the all-new Windows 11 will have new changes with the latest updated version.

The latest version of Windows 11 will include several elements like the new center-aligned taskbar, and other additions include new sounds, Microsoft 365 integration, and much more. Microsoft has also announced the critical requirements for running Windows 11 on a PC. The users will require a processor with two or more cores and a clock speed of 1GHz or higher. The RAM size should be 4GB or more, and with storage up to 64GB storage. The PC will require a TPM 2.0 security version and SecureBootCapable support.

Microsoft has also said that there will be no new additions for AMD CPUs. It has carefully analyzed the newly built AMD Zen processors in partnership with AMD. The users can very soon use Microsoft's PC Health Check app to find out the compatibility of their PC with Windows 11.