Windows 11 launches on October 5th

Finally, Launched Windows 11 will officially be released on October 5th as a free upgrade for compatible PCs and will be available first on new computer systems. The rollout is then to be expanded in waves to include authorized PCs with Windows 10.

The rollout will take place in waves from October 5th

Gradually, systems should also the free upgrade to Windows 11 (report) that are currently still running receive Windows 10 or a current Windows 11 Insider Preview and which the recently improved system meet requirements .

Security functions such as TPM and Secure Boot, which is quite controversial among users, must be “officially” given for the use of Windows 11 in any case.

The rollout of Windows 11 will begin on October 5, 2021. The operating system will be available on new PCs and will be rolled out gradually as a free upgrade on eligible Windows 10 PCs.


By means of a workaround, Windows 11 should run as a new installation but also on incompatible hardware, as Microsoft announced to US media. However, these systems are threatened with the exclusion of Windows, security and driver updates, as announced just one day later.

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Microsoft addresses Windows 11 to gamers

that Microsoft A video published just a few minutes ago under the title “The Best Windows Ever For Gaming” once again makes it clear wants to attract gamers in particular with Windows 11.

Microsoft also indicates in its official announcement that some users will have to wait longer for Windows 11.

We assume that all eligible devices will receive the free upgrade to Windows 11 by mid-2022.


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