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Information of Windows 11 [closed]

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Closed as off topic by Istiak‭ on Jul 6, 2021 at 04:26

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Windows 11 had released recently.

Nearly six years on from the release of Windows 10, Microsoft has finally unveiled the Windows 11 operating system, featuring a cleaner, more Mac-like design and a bunch of new features. Windows 11 will be available as a free download for existing Windows users during the 2021 holiday season, according to a Microsoft blog post published after the virtual announcement event. However, new clues suggest that the update may actually arrive earlier. (Here's how to download Windows 11 once it's available, and everything you need to know about Windows 11.)

The free upgrade will begin to roll out to eligible Windows 10 PCs around the holidays (which would suggest November or December), and will continue into 2022, the post said. No specific date was announced. But it appears that Microsoft and laptop retailers may be hinting at an earlier release time: October. ~ cnet

Windows 11 is a major release of the Windows NT operating system created and developed by Microsoft. Announced on June 24, 2021, with an expected release in late 2021, Windows 11 is the successor to Windows 10, released in 2015. Windows 11 will be available as a free upgrade to compatible Windows 10 devices through Windows Update. ~ Wikipedia

I had read somewhere if I am using Windows 10 than, I can directly change it to Windows 11 by updating. But, I believe it will affect my Linux Distros. That's why I am not thinking to do that. So, I was looking for ISO of Windows 11. I found some ISO's here. Should I trust them? (I believe new releases (Windows isn't usually free. But, 3rd party makes it free) free software takes time to be in "market").

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