Windows 11 is finally official, with a new look and much more after being unveiled at Microsoft's
big event on June 24.
Showcasing the Fluent design language and more, the new upgrade can also be tried out on the Insider channels, ready to download and use on
machines that meet the minimum requirements.
There is also a huge redesign of the Microsoft Store, allowing Android apps from the Amazon App Store to be used, so you can download TikTok and other apps if
Plenty of discoveries are still being made with the updated Insider build and from what Microsoft are confirming with other vendors and
In the new insider build, it brings back the search bar to the start menu, alongside better multi-monitor support for the taskbar, alongside
There's still some confusion as
to the system requirements of what Windows 11 needs for your PC, mainly due to a component called TPM, but it looks as though Microsoft are looking into this.
While we wait for more confirmation from the company, here's everything we know about the release date, the new features, and more for
it? Windows 11 is the successor to Windows 10
When is it
out? Likely late October / November 2021
How much does it
cost? Free to Win 10 Users
Windows 11 features a set of new system requirements that Microsoft has set to ensure all Windows 11 PCs are performing optimally in both security and
stability departments.The minimum system requirements are as follows:
A modern 1Ghz 64 Bit Dual Core Processor
1366 x 768 Resolution
Direct X 12 Compatible graphics /WWDM 2.x
9 Inch Display
UEFI Secure Boot & TPM 2.0 Compatible
See here for The Windows 11 Page from Microsoft
Microsoft is ending
support for Windows 10 on October 14th, 2025. It will mark just over 10 years since the operating system was first introduced. Microsoft
revealed the retirement date for Windows 10 in an updated support life cycle page for the OS. See here for Win 10 version support dates.