Last month, Microsoft debuted Windows 11, which featured a new layout, icons, and android apps support. Microsoft has now announced that Windows 11 will get one major feature update every year with regular monthly quality updates for security and bug fixes.
Windows 11 rollout, which is anticipated to begin later this year. It is presently available for Windows Insiders to test.
On its official support site, Microsoft has disclosed the feature update and quality update distribution strategy for Windows 11 This is contrary to Windows 10, which receives two significant updates per year. According to the company, Windows 11 and Windows 10 devices will continue to get monthly quality upgrades that include security patches and bug fixes.
Microsoft also guarantees that Windows 11 Home, Pro, Pro for Workstations, and Pro for Education editions will receive 24 months of support from the date of general availability. Furthermore, Enterprise and Education editions of Windows 11 will be supported for 36 months beyond the general release date.
Microsoft also guarantees that devices running on Windows Windows 10 will keep receiving monthly security upgrades, as well as incremental improvements till 2025.
Microsoft stated that it has collaborated with all major silicon partners, including AMD, Intel, and Qualcomm, to ensure that Windows 11 can be installed on the majority of devices currently on the market.
However, Windows 11’s minimum requirements are not as light as those of Windows 10. Windows 11 will necessitate a 64-bit x86 or ARM processor, 4GB of RAM, and 64GB of storage. Windows 10 required at least 1GB of RAM and 16GB of storage.