What’s New in Windows 11?
Microsoft has finally come out with the much-awaited Windows 11. The release date is November 13th 2021, and it will be the last major update to its operating system. It promises to bring a lot of improvements to its users, such as more security and efficiency. For the first time, Windows 11 will feature a time-saving password manager to make logging in and entering passwords easier for the user. There are also notable updates that have been made for web browsing on Windows 11.
As always with new updates, there are both pros and cons that come with this new release of Windows.
New features include new updates to Cortana, a voice assistant that is widely praised for its usability. Windows 11 also features better battery life management, adaptive settings for screen brightness and more. The best features of windows 11 are its new user interface and functions. Windows 11 has a new user interface that has been redesigned to make it easier for users to access the features they need.
There are many other features in the update as well. For example, you can use your smartphone or tablet as a keyboard when you’re using certain apps on your laptop or PC, which is pretty cool!
Windows 11 is the most secure operating system yet with three levels of protection:
– The Secure Boot process protects the operating system against malware that tries to load before Windows boots up.
– The Device Guard feature blocks programs from running unless they are trusted by the user or approved by IT administrators – it protects against ransomware and other malicious code.
– The Credential Guard feature locks down login information on a device so that hackers can’t intercept it over a network or steal credentials from something like a phishing email.
Will my laptop run Windows 11?
In order to run Windows 11, your computer needs to have a minimum of 4 GB of RAM and 64-bits of a processor. However, the issue is that this is not easy to find for laptops because it limits the options. In addition, if you do find a laptop that does have these specifications on it, you are likely going to have to pay more for it.
We would recommend that if you are looking for a laptop and want one with Windows 11 on it then buy one with at least 8 GB of RAM and 64-bit processor.
For more information visit Microsoft official Windows 11 page.