Windows has been working hard to put the user’s needs at the centre of design for their newest operating system, Windows 11. The new Windows 11 has a big focus on Artificial Intelligence.
It will use AI to learn from users’ habits and preferences, in order to provide them with content that is more relevant to them. For example, if you are reading a recipe site for breakfast recipes one day and you click on an article about vacation destinations, Windows will remember this so it can show you more of these kinds of articles in the future. This means that when people are using their computers, they won’t have to go through complicated processes or navigate many menus to find the information they want – it’s all just right there in front of them.
Windows 11 will be released on the 5th of October, it offers a wide range of tools for both the home users and the corporate workers. The Windows 11 Start menu has been redesigned with features like live tiles, apps running in windows, and an improved search feature that saves you time.
The new update will also include, Defender, a new antivirus scanning system. This new system will ensure that your computer is always clean and safe. It’s fast, effective, and has advanced protection against new threats. It is considered to be the most secure OS ever made, with features such as Windows Hello and Secure Boot. The OS also offers improved battery life, and a new online marketplace called “Windows Store.”
If your Windows 10 computer is running the most recent version of Windows 10 and satisfies the minimum hardware requirements, it will be able to automatically update to Windows 11.However, not all eligible Windows 10 PCs will be offered the chance to upgrade at the same time. Some may have to wait longer than others. To see if your PC is eligible to update, download and run the PC Health Check app.
Once the upgrade rollout has started, you can find out if it’s ready to install on your device by going to Settings/Windows Updates.