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Microsoft releases Windows 11

Windows 11

Microsoft today is officially releasing Windows 11 in its stable form worldwide. The update is now available as a free upgrade for existing Windows 10 users on compatible PCs.

You can check for the Windows 11 update on your PC by going to the Windows Update section. You can also download Microsoft’s PC Health app on your PC to check whether the machine is eligible to receive the update following its arrival. This works similarly to the one that Microsoft had in place for Windows 10. The tool will download the update for you and then you can begin the installation process at your leisure.

Unveiled in June, Windows 11 is designed as Microsoft’s most advanced operating system for PCs. The new version brings a fresh user interface that includes a centrally aligned Start menu and upgraded fonts as well as notification sounds. It also integrates Microsoft Teams to let users connect with others over chat, voice, or video calls. Windows 11 also improves multitasking with Snap Layouts and Groups. It also supports multiple desktops and carries a range of accessibility features such as Narrator, Magnifier, Closed Captions, and Windows Speech Recognition.

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