As is the case with so many unreleased products, there are many rumors about Official Version of Windows 11 features and release dates.
Microsoft is set to hold a Windows event on June 24 to discuss “next-generation Windows,” which has now been confirmed as Windows 11.
Official Release Date of Windows 11
Microsoft will unveil “what’s next” for Windows on June 24. The event marks the launch of the next generation of Windows, likely to be called Windows 11. During last month’s Microsoft Build developers conference, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella teased the future of Windows.
Since Windows 10 was released in July 2015, many people assumed that Microsoft would start releasing Windows 11 in the summer. But according to Zac Bowden, a Microsoft news tracker, the company has another plan: the software giant aims for the 2021 holiday season to release an upcoming version of Windows.
Zac also highlighted the possibility that Windows 11 will be available before the holiday season, but it certainly won’t launch before October.
This is because not all PCs can test the betas as there will be specific hardware requirements to run. Microsoft will share details on the minimum hardware requirements when the official beta is released (the current version is leaked, not released by Microsoft).
In the meantime, you can follow all the information about Windows 11 on Digital Experience here.
FAQ’s About Windows 11
Will I get Windows 11?
An updated support page mentioned that support for Windows 10 will end in 2025, right in line with Microsoft’s 10-year Windows support cycle. But there’s more evidence to suggest that Windows 11 will in fact be free.
Is Windows 11 a free upgrade?
It’s worth remembering that although it’s highly likely that Microsoft will offer some form of free upgrade path from Windows 10 to Windows 11, the operating system is not free.
Is Windows 11 coming out?
Windows 11 set to arrive on June 24. The upcoming OS may borrow a lot of Windows 10X features. Windows taskbar is getting a redesign.
Will I get Windows 11 for free?
There’s a chance that Windows 11 will be a free “upgrade” for Windows 10 users, or Microsoft makes it optional for Windows 10 users to upgrade to the next-generation Windows.
Is there a Windows 12?
No. There is no Windows 12 and there wasn’t a Windows 11 either. The current version of Windows is 10, which is more of a brand name than a version number. A new version of Windows 10 is released twice a year and is known by its date, so 1809 was September 2019, 1903 was March 2019, and so on.
How long will win 10 be supported?
The Windows 10 support lifecycle has a five-year mainstream support phase that began on July 29, 2015, and a second five-year extended support phase that begins in 2020 and extends until October 2025.
Is Windows 10 the last one?
Just because Windows 10 is the last version of Windows, doesn’t mean Windows development has reached it’s end. It’s the end of Windows numbering system. Not the updates and services. In fact, there’s NO real “final version” for a software.
What’s next for Windows?
Microsoft has been teasing a “next generation” of Windows for months now, but new hints suggest the company isn’t just preparing an update to its existing Windows 10 software, but a new, numbered version of the operating system: Windows 11.
Is free Windows 10 still available?
Here’s how. Upgrade from Windows 7 to Windows 10 for free by following these simple steps, now that support for Windows 7 has ended.