Microsoft is accelerating the release of Windows 11

If you’re complaining about Windows 11’s taskbar and right-click menus, it sounds like you’re in the minority, as Microsoft reports that users are quite enthusiastic so far.

In a blog post about Windows 10 21H2, the company said it will accelerate the rollout of Windows 11 due to its “positive rollout update experience and user feedback,” saying:

Today, based on the positive rollout update experience and user feedback we’ve seen so far, we’re making rollouts faster than we previously anticipated and are now make the Windows 11 upgrade more widely available to eligible Windows 10 devices.

Microsoft will target devices running Windows 10 version 2004 or later, with the September 14, 2021 security update or later installed, which should more or less be available to all home Windows 10 users.

If that means you, expect to soon see the Available Updates icon show up on your taskbar, enticing you to upgrade to the latest version of Microsoft.

via Neowin. | Microsoft is accelerating the release of Windows 11


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