Here is Windows 11 release date and download details that you need to know about after Microsoft made it all official today.
Microsoft announced Windows 11 to the world earlier today and after the leaks and the rumors it turned out to be pretty much what we expected.
The new release will arrive before the end of the year, with most new PCs sold by the turn of 2022 likely to be running the latest and greatest to come out of Redmond. Microsoft also confirmed that it will be making a build of Windows 11 available for download to those who are on the Windows Insider program from June 30, too.
Windows 11 isn’t here yet, but will be coming later this year. If you’re excited, there are some things you can do in the meantime to get ready.
That date is a week away, so most people on the program don’t have too long to wait before they can go installing their hot new version of Windows. But this does mean that there are likely to be tons of so-called leaked version of the software on the internet before then – and you should stay well clear.
We’d also suggest just not installing Windows 11 until Microsoft says it’s good and ready because if there’s one piece of software you need to be stable, it’s Windows.
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