Manjil Das, INN/Chennai
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Windows 11 is anticipated to be released later this year, and Microsoft has released more details about the upgrade cycle for its new operating system. Every year, Microsoft plans to deliver a new version of Windows 11. This is in contrast to Windows 10, which will receive two major software updates every year.

Microsoft’s Windows 11

After the introduction of Windows 11 Pro, Windows 11 Pro Education, Windows 11 Pro for Workstations, and Windows 10 Home, Microsoft will support each version for 24 months. This amounts to two years of security fixes before users are compelled to upgrade in order to continue receiving them. Meanwhile, Windows 11 Enterprise, Windows 11 Education, and Windows 11 IoT Enterprise will be supported for 36 months, or three years, from the date of release.

It will also be some time that Microsoft will support Windows 10. Microsoft is providing 18 months of support for Windows 10 Pro, Windows 10 Pro for Workstations and Windows 10 Home.

In addition, for the H1 version 18 months will be updated and for the H2 version 30 months will be released for Microsoft Windows 10 Enterprise, Windows 10 Education and Windows 10 IoT Enterprise.

The redesigned user interface, the new Windows Store, and performance enhancements are all part of Windows 11. The operating system now features a new design language, which is something that users expect from the next iteration of Windows.

A redesigned center-aligned taskbar and Start button are among them. Live Tiles, which have been around since Windows 8, are no longer available. Instead, the new Start menu has a grid of icons that can be changed and pinned.

Widgets such as your calendar, weather, and sports leaderboards can be found in the rounded corners. There’s also a new split notification and quick action UI in the system tray. Plus, with 40% smaller updates and installs in the background, Windows Update will be faster and more efficient.

By Editor