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Everything We Know About Windows 11 Right Now

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Windows 11 is the next big update after Windows 10. It is finally out and people are loving the look it has. Its sleek and modern design coupled with lots of improvements are charm for Windows users. However, the minimum system requirements to run Windows 11 have left many Windows users disappointed. 

When Windows 11 is being released?

According to Microsoft, Windows 11 will be releasted around October or at the end of 2021. Windows 11 is a successor to Windows 10. It will certainly be completely free for Windows 10 users. However, the devices already using Windows 10 will get an update in the first half of the 2022. 

How to download Windows 11?

There are currently test builds rolled out by Microsoft. However, they are quite buggy. So it is highly advised to wait for the first stable version of Windows 11. If you are a digital marketer or a content creator and cannot compromise over the quality of your content delivery, then it is not suitable to risk your work with an unstable version of Windows at the moment.

Can we downgrade to Windows 10?

If you have installed Windows 11 and you are experience bugs and severe issues with it, you can downgrade to Windows 10 but only within first 10 days. After that, the critical downloaded installation files will be deleted and you will have no chance to reverting back to Windows 10.

What are the minimum requirements to download Windows 10?

The following are the minimum requirements;

Processor1 GHz or faster with x64-bit Processor
RAM4 GB minimum
Storage64 GB
System FirmwareUEFI, Secure Boot
TMPTrusted Platform Module 2.0
Graphic CardDirectX 12 or higher capable
Display720p minimum
InternetInternet and Microsoft Account (Active)

Is Windows 11 Free?

Windows 11 is free only for those users who have genuine license of Windows 10 versions. 

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