Microsoft is scheduled to release the new version of its operating system Windows 11 on October 5, but it will not be available on all computers at this time, only on limited devices.
Technology experts predict that most users may have to wait until mid-2022 to install Windows 11, and the system requirements as outlined by Microsoft appear to cover almost any Windows PC sold today.
Devices that support Windows 11
To make sure that Windows 11 will work on your current computer, you must make sure that it has the following features, as the new operating system Windows 11 requires basic features, the most important of which is that the device be at least 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage capacity and a screen 720 pixels, measures 9 inches diagonally.
The American company also says that the version of Windows 11 requires an Internet connection and a Microsoft account to complete the setup of the device when it is used for the first time, according to the cnet website, which specializes in technology news.
Reasons to wait for Windows 11
Microsoft says PC makers including Dell, HP, Lenovo and others are planning hundreds of designs to fit the new Windows 11, and that could mean interesting new hardware with valuable new features.
Windows 8 was a great example of this, as this operating system was launched alongside an impressive lineup of innovative hybrid laptops designed to take advantage of the new touch features built into Windows 8.
For Windows 11, there may be new design ideas and new hardware features that we haven’t seen yet, and are expected to be announced after the launch of the new system.