Windows 11 will be available from October 5th
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Only two months after the presentation of Windows 11, which had the honors of a press release on Xbox Wire explaining what this new environment must bring a player perspective, Microsoft announced that its new OS will debut Oct. 5 as part of a phased deployment.
The release of Microsoft said that Windows 11 will be available as a free upgrade for Windows 10 eligible PCs, while pre-installed as soon as possible on most new PCs sold. According to Microsoft’s goals, all eligible devices will normally have benefited from the free update to Windows 11 by the middle of 2022 (Windows Update will not fail to inform you of the availability of the update your computer).
In addition to its new identity sound, sleek design built for easy and fluid use on PC and tablet, direct integration of Microsoft Teams in the taskbar or greater inclusiveness, so that Windows 11 promises again the best gaming experience ever offered on PC through integration of DirectX 12 Ultimate, the DirectStorage technology (which reduces loading time of games on PCs with an SSD NVMe) and Auto HDR that is already known on Xbox Series X | S. The Xbox Game Pass will also be visible and directly integrated into the Windows 11 environment, which will also offer a new version of the Microsoft Store.