Windows 11: October 5, 2021. Nearly 6.5 years after Windows 10, computers running Microsoft’s own operating system get an update on this day, THE update. It’s a free update that brings Windows 11, the most recent version of the operating system that from now on will replace a Windows 10 that will be valid for another 4 years, but which is already starting its march.
We’re going to see all about that Windows 11, from the news to the release date; from the price to your wishes; whether or not it will cost you money, etc. Let’s start:
1- Day and time to download Windows 11
Officially from October 5, 2021, Microsoft will begin the gradual rollout via a free update that will reach Windows 10 computers “that meet the necessary requirements”. In addition, Windows 11 will also be “pre-installed on a wide variety of new PCs,” according to Microsoft.
Today is October 4, so in theory it will be today from midnight, officially already Tuesday, October 5, when Microsoft opens the servers and the update is available. The free upgrade to Windows 11 will be implemented in phases to “guarantee the quality of the deployment”. But be aware, because of this phased process, some Windows 10 users probably won’t get the update until later in the year or until 2022.