For Windows operating system users, Windows 11 has been the talk of the town. The free upgrade is already live for eligible devices. However, up till now, it wasn’t available widely for all users.
Thankfully, that is going to change starting today. Because, Microsoft, in its official blog (via TechRadar), has announced that their newest operating system, the Windows 11 is now rolling out for more PCs.
Microsoft is accelerating the rollout of the Windows 11 OS, meaning it will be live for more Windows 10 users. Keep in mind that your PC should meet the minimum specifications required to operate the latest OS.
If you aren’t sure if your PC has the required specifications for running Windows 11 OS, then you can take the help of the Microsoft PC Health Check app. Install it on your PC and run it, it will automatically let you know if your PC is eligible to run Windows 11 or not.
On top of all this, Microsoft has also revealed the availability of the November 2021 update for Windows 10. Microsoft says in the blog that the increase in speed of the Windows 11 OS rollout is based on positive user feedback.
Windows 10 v2004 or later will have a faster update experience with the November 2021 update
According to the official blog, Microsoft says that the PCs running Windows 10 version 2004 or later will enjoy a faster overall update experience with the November 2021 update.
This is because the November 2021 update will arrive for such PCs as a monthly update. Moreover, the company is also aligning the annual update releases of Windows 10 with Windows 11.
Windows 11 is still not a perfect operating system, and there are multiple issues that several users are experiencing. With the increase in the speed of Windows 11 rollout, more users experiencing such issues will also increase.
Microsoft will continue to take feedback from users accordingly and push updates to fix known issues to enhance the user experience.
As far as the features of the new Windows 11 are concerned, it brings a big design change. You will see the Start menu positioned at the center of the taskbar. Yes! You can change the position, but by default, it will rest at the center.
The icons have also been changed, and the overall control panel is now more modern and gives access to important controls more easily. The overall interface will give you a macOS-ish look. It comes with rounded corners and pastel shades for themes.