Windows 11 release date 5th October 2021

What’s New in Windows 11: Take a read of our blog about the features and upgrades of the brand-new Windows 11 OS.

Fun Fact: Windows was first invented by Bill Gates in 1983, and since then it has had eleven different releases.

Six years has passed since the release of Windows 10 and at the launch of Windows 11 it has been disclosed that this will be the last major update of the Microsoft operating system line. With more than 1.7 billion active devices running Windows across almost every country around the world, such an event is truly marquee for such a large company.


The world’s most popular productivity software just keeps getting better. Beyond cleaning up the Start menu and making more room on your desktop, it’s packed with new features designed to boost your efficiency and help you work faster and leaner than ever before. And Cortana, your personal digital assistant, is even more helpful than ever.

For many, the Windows 10 image is becoming tired, with interest waning in extended support. Those using this OS know all too well the challenges that come with it. Key bugs, security fixes and constant updating to fix these bring frustration. Last year brought us W10 Anniversary Edition to try to address some of these issues, but it’s time for something new.

The new Windows 11 is the latest version of Microsoft’s Operating system. Featuring Cortana – your helpful digital assistant, with improved search functionalities, quick access to ‘Mission Control’ and live features for all your data, like music, documents, and photos. It is now easier than ever to organise your desktop, with ‘toast’ notifications that appear in your menu bar, or by switching to tablet mode. Not only is Windows 11 a visual evolution, but it’s also a faster and more secure version of Windows.

Windows 11 has all the features you already know and love, plus great improvements you’ll love too. Stay organized with enhancements to your calendar, like personalized monthly views and an interactive week view. See your photos and memories instantly with new Windows Story Remix. Be more productive with cloud synced bookmarks and notes and use Anytime Anywhere Access to remotely log in and save files from anywhere at any time with Microsoft Edge.

From the content already out there already, it looks like the main sales point for new operating system would be “Windows 11 is here. Designed for today’s business. Built for tomorrow’s challenges.”

If this is the case, then I’m sure a lot of people will be happy.

We have already been testing Windows 11 for the last 2 months and find its visually pleasing and has some great features.

Jason McGlone

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