Only two days left until the official launch of Windows 11 on October 5th and Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ 🙂 continues to work to correct the remaining errors.
What happened The tech giant is fixing issues that were present with Start, Taskbar, and Search in the latest version of its Windows operating system, according to ZDNet.
Microsoft released Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22468 to the Dev channel on its testing forum. The company claims that this release provides a “good set of improvements and bug fixes” for users of the releases released on the Dev channel. Microsoft claims that some of the fixes included in this Dev channel build will not arrive until after the official release of Windows 11.
What will happen next? The release date is getting closer and closer and results from a new Savings.com survey show that 62% of Windows users are unaware that Windows 11 will be released. According to the survey results, only 41% indicated that you plan to install a new operating system, and many are confused by the hardware requirements.
Windows 11 will have a sleeker design, more detailed user interface elements, an updated Microsoft Store, and support for Android apps.
The release of Windows 11 will happen in phases, as will Windows 10 feature updates. After October 5, Windows users will be able to update their devices to Windows 11 by going to Settings > Windows Update and selecting Check for updates.
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