Windows 11 is released October 5: updated but not support for Android first
Windows 11 has a release date after months of anticipation. Microsoft has confirmed that the new operating system will be available on October 5 as a free update for Windows 10 compatible devices as well as a pre-installed system on new computers and laptops.
Don’t expect an update on the first day, though. Microsoft has stated that new hardware will be prioritized. The free upgrade to Windows 11 will take place in stages, with the “smart model” of system deployment in mind. This means that the first devices on the market that fully meet the system requirements will be updated, followed by indicators such as the computer’s reliability, age, and other factors that affect the update process. By mid-2022, the company anticipates that all eligible devices will receive the necessary notifications and will be able to upgrade to Windows 11 for free.