Windows 11 release date confirmed, and you really don’t have long left with Windows 10
Windows 11 will be available from October 5, 2021. From that day, some users with an official copy of Windows 10 will be able to upgrade to the latest operating system for free. Brand-new laptops, desktops, two-in-one tablets with Windows 11 preinstalled will also hit store shelves worldwide from October 5, Microsoft has confirmed.
However, not everyone will be running Windows 11 in October. Microsoft has confirmed that its worldwide launch will be “phased” in order to “focus on quality”. This isn’t unusual – Microsoft has staggered the roll out of new updates throughout the lifecycle of Windows 10. This is designed to stop delays as millions of people try to download the latest software from the server, but it also means that – should there be a show-stopping glitch or bug – Microsoft is able to pull the update before too much damage is caused.
With Windows 11, Microsoft is stretching out its release window for months. In fact, the Redmond-based company has confirmed that not all Windows 10 devices will be eligible to upgrade to the next operating system until some time in mid-2022. So, you could be waiting nine months before you get your hands on Windows 11.
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