Windows 11 release date is October 5 for new and existing PCs

Windows 11 release date announced

Windows 11 release date is October 5 for both existing and new
hardware, and it would become available for all eligible
devices by mid-2022. Windows 11 version 21H2 has already
entered the final stage of testing, with the upgrade expected
to be released in the Release Preview Channel in the coming
days.

Microsoft will soon begin pushing Windows 11 to the Release
Preview channel within its beta testing program. This would be
the last step in the testing process before the scheduled
October 5 release. You can expect quality improvements and bug
fixes in the upcoming preview builds.

Windows 11 will be polished to shine (hopefully), but no new
features will be added. As expected, Microsoft has also delayed
the Android apps support for the operating system, which is now
expected to arrive in 2022. It’s possible that
Android apps support will be bundled with Windows 11 22H2
“Nickel” release, which is scheduled for October 2022.

Windows 11 is expected to ship with all features currently
available in the Beta channel of the Insider program. This
includes:

  • A new Microsoft Store: Windows 11 comes with a new app
    store which will also begin rolling out to Windows 10 PCs.
  • Windows 11 offers a new design for Start Menu, notification
    center, taskbar, search, and more. The new design language
    promises accessibility and performance improvements.
  • New opportunities for developers via Microsoft Store.
  • Windows 11 comes with better touch, digital pen and voice
    input controls.

Windows 11 is a free upgrade, phased rollout starts on October
5

As you’re probably aware, a huge amount of problems have
plagued the previous releases of Windows 10.

Unsurprisingly, Microsoft is carefully testing the new
operating system for all supported hardware and it plans to
release the update in phases to avoid anything like a repeat of
Windows 10 buggy updates.

Windows 11 won’t be delivered to unsupported devices.
Initially, only eligible devices will get the upgrade, meaning
those who meet all requirements.

“The upgrade will then roll out over time to in-market devices
based on intelligence models that consider hardware
eligibility, reliability metrics, age of the device and other
factors that impact the upgrade experience,” Microsoft said.

Microsoft further notes that all eligible devices will have
access to Windows 11 by mid-2022.

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