After a couple of weeks of leaking, Microsoft has finally announced Windows 11 in the pre-press scenario for the "What's Next for Windows" event. The new version of its Windows operating system promises a huge overhaul of its user interface, as well as a number of improvements under the hood to make our whole life more useful. That’s what makes a good operating system, right?
Microsoft says Windows 11 will be released at the end-of-year party this year, but there will be beta access for Windows Insiders in several versions before the final version starting next week.
Of couse an early version of Windows 11 has already been leaked, which means that many enthusiasts have already been able to deal with the complexities of the new operating system through disastrous and unapproved means. But Microsoft's Frank Shaw has discounted "this incomplete version that some people were playing with last week," as it wasn't the real deal for Windows 11.
The UI changes aside, one of the most interesting parts of Windows 11, especially for nerdy PC gamers, is that it is rumored that their hardware programmer has adjusted for the new range of processors. Intel Alder Lake which will also be launched this year. Hopefully Windows 11 will be available [with the inevitable bugs fixed] by the time Alder Lake is released or it could be a fight for the new Intel chips.
What is the release date of Windows 11?
Microsoft has announced that Windows 11 will be available for download over the holidays this year, and that beta versions will begin coming out in Windows Insiders the week beginning June 28, 2021.