Windows 11 launch update: After more than five years, the tech giant Microsoft recently announced the launch of the next-generation Windows dubbed Windows 11 operating system. The Windows 11 update follows the existing Windows 10, which was rolled out in 2015. Windows 11 comes as the next big operating system for PCs, laptops, and convertibles. The next-generation Windows brings the new design, Android apps support an and Start menu to the centre of the taskbar.
There’s no release date for Windows 11 yet, but Microsoft has promised to make it available as a free upgrade to Windows 10 users during the holiday season this year (sometime in November). The rollout will continue into 2022. In India, the Windows 11 rollout schedule is going to be the same.
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Please note that there are unverified links available to download Windows 10 update on the internet, but readers are advised to ignore such links. Ahead of the official release of Windows 11, a download link was leaked, and it revealed almost everything about the next-generation Windows. This is an unverified download link.
To download the verified build of Windows 11, you will need to wait for a few more months. To be specific, the wait will go on till later this year. The exact release date hasn’t been revealed by the company yet.
Once Windows 11 becomes available, you need to go to Settings on your PC or laptop that runs Windows 10. Now, navigate to Update & Security, followed by a click on Windows Update. Here, you have to Check for Updates by clicking on this button. If available, you will see the update that says Feature update to Windows 11. Click Download and install. Meanwhile, Microsoft has revealed that for Windows 10 users will be able to upgrade to Windows 11 for free, the BGR India reported.
One of the biggest parts of Windows 11 is the new store and support for Android apps on Windows. The Microsoft Store is redesigned and will support a whole host of apps that haven’t typically been available in the Windows app store. That includes apps from Adobe Creative Suite, and Android apps including Snapchat and Instagram.
Microsoft is also improving the gestures you can use on tablets and the touch targets. Instead of flipping into a tablet mode, Windows 11 simply adapts to allow you to touch the OS easily.