Saturday, September 25

Microsoft announces when Windows 11 will arrive | Digital Trends Spanish

Microsoft has ended a long period of anticipation by announcing when its new operating system, Windows 11, will be available.

According to what the company reported, the new OS will arrive on October 5 as a free update for Windows 10 users and will appear already loaded on new computers.

As has happened on other occasions, this update will be carried out in stages and will not reach everyone on the same date. Thus, the operating system will arrive first on “eligible” devices and then over the weeks, it will be available for other computers.

According to the company, for a device to qualify as eligible, some aspects such as hardware, reliability metrics and device age are considered.

For users with a compatible computer, a Windows Update notification will be sent indicating that Windows 11 is now available for download and subsequent installation.

Microsoft expects the gradual rollout of the update to be complete by mid-2022.

People will also be able to manually check if the update is already available. For that, they must enter Settings, then Windows Update and then Check for updates.

At the same time, it has been pointed out that users will be able to prematurely update with an ISO image if they have a compatible device.

Finally, one of the novelties that this operating system presents is a new Microsoft Store. In this sense, the support for Android applications appeared as one of the most attractive novelties. However, it has been reported that this will not be available at launch and is expected to arrive only next year.

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