Now, the wait is over. Microsoft has officially announced that Windows 11 will officially be available from October 5, 2021. That means starting from Oct 5, 2021, Microsoft will begin the rollout process of the latest operating system, Windows 11, to eligible Windows 10 computers as a free upgrade. Not only that, if you are waiting for pre-installed Windows 11 computer or laptop, you can also buy them after the date of release.
Microsoft says that Windows 11 will be officially available from October 5, 2021. When this day comes along, the company will begin the rollout process of the operating system to eligible Windows 10 computers as a free upgrade. Not only that, but computers with Windows 11 pre-installed will now go on sale.
Millions of people worldwide are waiting eagerly for Windows 11, and finally, the wait will be over on Oct 5, 2021. Further, the company plans not to roll out Windows 11 to everyone simultaneously but rather on a phase-by-phase basis. That means those PCs will be upgraded first that passes the minimum hardware requirements of Windows 11. However, if you can’t wait for an automatic update, you can still download Windows 11 ISO from the Microsoft server and update your computer if you need. Further, according to Microsoft, all eligible devices will be upgraded to Windows 11 by the middle of 2022.
Those computers that do not meet the minimum system requirements of Windows 11 can still upgrade to Windows 11 from Windows 10. That means if your computer does not have TPM 2.0 and Secure Boot enabled, you can still install Windows 11, but you need to download Windows 11 ISO from Microsoft server and install them manually.