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Should you place your bets on Windows 11? Here’s everything we know!


The launch of the next Windows update is not far away. The Windows 11 was officially announced on June 24 at a live stream event and will release on October 5. And it seems like we have a lot to look forward to in this level up of the all-familiar Microsoft operating system. The new upgrade will be available to download soon and will be perfectly compatible with most devices. 


There will be many visual and internal changes, that will set it apart from its previous counterpart Windows 10. However, your PC might need to have minimum requirements to download the free upgrade, including the TPM 2.0, which is leading to confusion and doubts. We hope that this issue will resolve by the time it finally releases. 


But if you already have these requirements on your PC, the question is, should you upgrade to this new version? We’re sure you have more questions about this, but Prune has got you covered! Here are all the highlights you need to know about Windows 11 and how this latest variant can be good for your work and entertainment purposes. 



A whole new look – Windows 11


Windows 11 is finally making its entrance next month with a whole new look. It will feature a redesigned layout with exciting upgrades along with the feature to use various apps at once. So how does it look like compared to Windows 10? Well, one of the major changes is in the Start Menu and the Taskbar that closely resembles MacOS. The Start Menu comes with a redesigned look and without Live Tiles. You can access recent applications, documents, and shut down your PC instantly through it. 


  • There are many highlights about Windows 11 that we can look into it. The operating system will offer a new design related to its elements such as icons, background visuals, and themes that will be soothing to look at. You will also notice the round corners on Windows 11. 


  • Windows has made multi-tasking easy. With the use of Snap Layouts, Snap Groups, and Desktops, you can simultaneously work across different applications in one go. 


  • You can access Microsoft Teams which is yet another addition to Windows 11. You can use it through the taskbar on the screen and connect or chat with anyone using the same network, which will also make work from home experience more seamless and hassle-free. 


  • Windows 11 will also come along with widgets for quick access from the taskbar to any application. These can include widgets related to entertainment, sports, news, calendar, and more. 


  • It is being claimed that the system will carry a lesser load with fewer updates running in the background. It will also improve the overall performance of the operating system. 


  • You’ll be able to run Android apps on your Windows 11 PC, but it will take a few months for this to be possible. Also, this is happening for the first time that Windows will support Android apps on a bigger screen. 


  • If you’re into gaming, you will enjoy a great experience as the new Windows has technology like DirectX12 Ultimate, DirectStorage, and Auto HDR. You will also get to choose from hundreds of PC games at affordable monthly prices. 


  • The Windows 11 comes with a new Microsoft store that is redesigned to make it easy to use. You can search for games, applications, and movies all in one place. There’s also news that Microsoft is collaborating with Amazon and Intel for its store. 


  • If you’re a content creator or a web developer, Windows 11 has opened its stores so you can bring your apps on it, making the experience easier and personalized. 




If you’re ready to upgrade to Windows 11, it’s better to wait till its final reveal on October 5. As of now, it’s in the Beta version, and it is still being tested for possible bugs and other technical issues. So, you can wait till the upcoming month to install it. However, it will still take time for the new operating system to stabilize and function in its best way. If you’re fine with waiting a little longer, waiting till mid-2022 is even better to make the switch.