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Microsoft has released its next version of Windows called Windows 11 on June 24, 2021. With this release they have also pushed the Windows 11 system requirement to the upper level, requiring users to have a TPM Module V1.2 with secure boot enabled. Though during the release, there is no exact date from Microsoft for the stable build release, they just mentioned Windows 11 will be yours at the end of this year or starting of 2022.
People are eagerly waiting for the stable release so that they can try it on their regular computers, though people are being enrolled in Windows Insider Program are running Windows 11 Dev Channel Release preview though running it is not recommended as it can be full of bugs.
Coming to the rescue of this wait, Intel has released documentation for its DCH GPU driver 188.8.131.5284, In this release note we can clearly see that Windows 11 has been mentioned as "Windows* 11-64 - October 2021 Update (21H2)", which hints that Windows 11 has a stronger chance to get released in the month of October 2021. This can be confirmed from the naming scheme of Windows. As you’re probably aware, Windows builds are labeled “YYMM” where YY represents the year in two-digit format and MM is representing the month of the expected release.
On Twitter, Microsoft’s program manager Brandon LeBlanc confirmed that Windows 11 will continue to use the code-naming convention yyH2 familiar to Windows 10 users. All these hints that Windows 11 stable build would land in coming October.
Some FAQ's Related to Windows 11
Q1. When will Windows 11 release?
Windows 11 would probably be released by the end of 2021 and extensive release will take place in the first half of 2022.
Q2. Can I download Windows 11 now?
Yes, you can download Windows 11 now for free by enrolling in Insider Program and install the Insider Preview.
Q3. Is Windows 11 Free?
Yes, Windows 11 will be given as a free upgrade to the genuine license holders of Windows 10.
Q4. Which Processors are supported by Windows 11?
There are plenty of processors that are supported by Windows 11, but due to the necessity of TPM V1.2, many capable processors are not supported by Windows 11 officially. You can check the list of supported processors for Windows 11.