After a week or two of leaks finally the windows 11 is officially announced by Microsoft on the 24th of June event. But the thing that was missing in the event was a surprising element. Because before the official announcement, almost everyone knows that Windows 11 was coming. But if we sideline that point then, the 24th June Microsoft event was quite good.
And it shows what possible the new Windows 11 can do. All the features and all the possibilities are discussed at the event. And quite seriously if you watch the event then after that you just want one thing and that is to launch Windows 11 and to try it out.
But we are not here to talk about the features of the new windows. And most likely you know about them. The thing that I want to talk about is technical details related to Windows 11. Like how Windows 10 users can upgrade their OS to Windows 11. And what is the minimum requirement for the upgrading process? So let’s see them one by one but the important thing first and is the release date of Windows 11.
When Windows 11 will be releasing for everyone –
In the Microsoft event, the company announced that their new Windows 11 will be available to download by the end of this year. And the beta testing for it will be open from the next week for the Windows insiders.
The minimum requirement for the Windows 11 –
This time Microsoft has changed some of the minimum requirement for Windows 11. So if you are waiting for the new Windows then first check the minimum requirement that you need to run the new Windows.
- Processor – 1GHz or faster with 2 or more cores on a compatible 64 – bit processor
- RAM – At least 4 GB RAM
- Storage – 64 GB of storage device (SSD or HDD)
- System firmware – UEFI, Secure Boot capable
- TPM – Trusted Platform Module (TPM) version 2.0
- Graphics card – DirectX 12 compatibly graphics
- Display – A HD display with 720p resulition
- Internet connection – Microsoft account and internet connectivity required for setup for Windows 11 home.