Of late Microsoft has formally introduced Windows 11. The upcoming operating system or OS is all set to arrive as an updated version to Windows 10 PCs. For the people who are looking forward to the update to the new Windows OS, here are some interesting details you need to know first, let’s starts with the system requirements.
System requirements for Windows 11:
If you want to run Windows 11 on your PC, your system will need a processor that has a clock speed of 1GHz or higher with two or more cores. Besides, it will also need to have a RAM of a minimum of 4GB or more with 64GB storage. Also, it will need a TPM security version of TPM 1.2 or higher with SecureBootCapable support.
Also, if you are running Intel’s sixth or seventh-generation processors then this update is not for you. In the meantime, on AMD-based systems, the FX series and A-series along with Ryzen 1000 and the most Ryzen 2000 chips will not be comfortable to run windows 11.
In terms of display, the upcoming window will also require your setup to have at least a 9-inch display along with a 720p resolution also your system must have the support for WDDM2.x or Directx 12 graphics. As per XDA developers, your laptop will need to have a precision touchpad to be eligible for the upcoming window.
You may not be able to run window 11 if your laptop doesn’t meet any of the system requirements. Yes, if you are one of the luckiest desktop users you might be able to upgrade the relevant components and be eligible for the update.
What’s new in Window 11?
The conglomerate focuses on the new window store, a new user interface, and improving performance. This time company has worked on the consumer’s demand as OS now features an overhauled design language. These include a new start button and a center-aligned Taskbar. Also, the live tiles that have been in windows since windows 8 are gone now. Instead, we have a grid of icons that can be pinned and rearranged to the new start menu.
Round corners together with widgets that include things like your weather, calendrer, and sports leaderboard. Besides, there’s also an improved system tray with a new split Notifications and Quick actions UI. Despite all the facts, the upcoming window will be more faster and efficient than the previous one.
When and how can you get windows 11?
Later this year, the company begins the shipping process, and windows insiders can begin the testing process as early as next week. For to test a preview of the upcoming OS interested users can register themselves on the window insider website. For each person, Window 11 will be a free upgrade as long as you have window 10 and the minimum system requirements.