Windows 11 is the next-generation operating system from Microsoft which is going to be launched in two days, on October 5. Before the release, the operating system was available for testers and developers to create applications and find out bugs at the same time. During this time, Microsoft has been able to find a lot of bugs and issues that have been fixed till now. Now, since the launch is only a couple of days away, the company is trying to fix all the small remaining issues that are bothering Windows 11 users. Once it is launched, the Windows 10 users will be able to update their operating system through online updates.
Microsoft has recently released Preview Build 22468 to the Dev Channel which would have updates and features similar to the one that will arrive in the stable version of Windows 11. After October 5, the users will be able to check for Windows 11 updates by going into Settings > Windows Update and select Check for updates. The new operating system is known to provide a lot of visual updates including the layouts.
It will also provide the user’s support for Android apps and would require a decent configuration to run it. As per Microsoft, the operating system would require a processor with two cores or more and a clock speed of 1GHz or higher. It should also have at least 4GB RAM and 64GB storage. However, the higher the hardware configuration would be, the better Windows 11 would perform.