The final Windows 11 has been released. The ISO image is already available for download

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Microsoft was expected to release the final version of Windows 11 on October 5, but the company chose to do so a day earlier: the official ISO image is already available for download, and soon computers running Windows 10, whose hardware platforms meet the requirements of the new OS, will be able to upgrade to Windows 11. True, this process will go differently in different countries, and Microsoft itself expects that all Windows 10 PCs that are compatible with Windows 11 will switch to the new OS by about mid-2022.

The final Windows 11 has been released. The ISO image is already available for download

On October 5, manufacturers of ready-made devices will start selling laptops and PCs with Windows 11 preinstalled, as well as start selling boxed versions of the OS. But everyone can download the official custom system image right now. It is available for direct download by this link… Or you can download a system image on the corresponding section of the official Microsoft website (in the Create Windows 11 Installation Media section, the company offers to download a utility that will allow you to make a bootable USB flash drive with Windows 11).

The image is just over 5 GB in size and contains the Home and Pro versions, both 64-bit. There will be no 32-bit versions of Windows 11 at all.

The final Windows 11 has been released. The ISO image is already available for download

Recall that Windows 11 has a lot of visual differences from the same Windows 10. The key is the Start menu moved to the center of the taskbar. The Windows app store and widgets have also been updated, the Teams platform has been integrated, and this is not a complete list of innovations.

Interestingly, another equally important operating system was released a few hours ago: Google presented the final version of Android 12.

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