The new version of the Windows OS – Windows 11 – was announced in September 2021 and was made available to users in October. Since its launch, Microsoft has been working steadily to patch and improve problem areas.
Early users of Windows 11 had to deal with an endless list of issues, and many are wondering if it is worth upgrading to the new OS. The answer to such a question is – yes if you are really interested. Windows 11 is the company’s futuristic vision for operating systems. This OS is much simpler, far more streamlined, and more secure than Windows 10. If your laptop doesn’t have the required hardware, you may want to wait a little longer.
If your computer does meet the requirements for the OS which are quite stringent, you can choose the upgrade. Here are the reasons to do so.
1. Keep in mind that the requirements are stringent – your PC should have a Trusted Platform Module already installed. It is required by Windows 11. The laptop manufacturer will have it already installed but it may be disabled.
2. You will need a 1GHz or higher CPU which is compatible with a 64-bit processor. The PC will also need 4GB RAM, 64 GB or higher of storage, UEFI system firmware, and a HD display (720p).
3. Internet connectivity and a valid Microsoft account will be needed to set up the device.
If you are not sure about any of the above requirements, you can get information from the Windows 11 website.
Some of the newest features unique to and available on Windows 11 are a new visual design, a brand-new start and widgets menu, and tools to manage the desktop. There is also an Android App support feature which will be enabled in the coming months. Windows 11 is pretty close to the previous system and users will be happy with the new system.