Even though there was a lot of speculation whether Windows 10 was the last official version of Windows OS, Microsoft surprised every one by announcing its new and refreshed Operating System, Windows 11. It comes with a stylish, polished new look that reminds us more of iOS, where attention to detail has been carefully given. Requirements of course grew, since now we have more demanding graphics, memory requirements and storage needed.
Early beta versions for software developers and enthusiasts have released in end of June, but the official version is expected to be available some time in Q421. Downloading is a straightforward process through the Windows Upgrade program. One thing that separates this version from the rest, is its attention to presentation, the start menu is now customized in the middle of the screen, focus on group video calls, maximizing productivity, effective synchronization between multiple devices and support for Android apps.
The most important points to take in to consideration with installing Windows 11 is its free upgrade for Windows 10 licensed users, that it will only work with newer processors at the moment and that you machine needs to have TPM 2.0 enabled and present for Windows 11 to function.