Windows 11 Is The Operating System That We Need

Now that it has been a long time since the release of Windows 10, users are waiting for Microsoft to show its cards on Windows 11 release date. However, Microsoft, on the other hand, seems to have a different approach over the release of any new operating system.

There’ve been a lot of rumors and anticipations regarding the Microsoft Windows 11 concept that may have left you pointless over what to do about your new computer.

Windows 11 Rumors

Windows 11 is the most extensive and modernized operating system in Microsoft’s Windows history. This is a complete rethinking of the concept of Windows, taking into account the negative feedback from users of Windows 11.

Windows 11 would be a personalized operating system, one for all types of devices, from smartphones and tablets to personal computers, with the ability to create multiple desktops and switch between them. Instead of locating the software systems locally on your computer, all the essential components are in the cloud storage, which allows for regular updates of both the elements themselves and the cloud.

The Possible Windows 11 Release Date

There’s a lot of fake news and rumors over multiple websites that claim the Windows 11 launch date in July 2020. Some of them even have shared the fake date of July 29, 2020. Unfortunately, Microsoft does not confirm these claims as there’s not going to be any new Windows 11.

You may expect new versions on your current Windows 10 with time but not an entirely new Windows 11. It is essential to know that Microsoft is set to release two updates in a year, which you may get in April and October of every year.

The main feature of the new OS is that it was distributed for free. Many did not understand such a generosity auction from Microsoft, but then everything fell into place. The terms closely follow Microsoft’s pattern for other recent operating systems, continuing the policy of five years of mainstream support and ten years of extended support.

Wendy Chang

Wendy Chang

Wendy Chang was a reporter for Bleebot, covering news stories such as emerging technologies and gaming pieces.

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