The much-awaited Windows 11 stable update is live and rolling out in a staged manner. Microsoft kicks off the stable Windows 11 upgrade a day early, then the official schedule. Although, at the time of writing, the stable build is available to select eligible users in New Zealand, Australia, and the rollout will also begin in the remaining countries by today or tomorrow. And since Windows 11 is officially out, if your Windows 10 PC is eligible for the Windows 11 upgrade, then you can upgrade your PC to Windows 11 stable right now using manual methods.
Starting today (5th October), Windows 11 will start reaching the eligible PCs over the air. If your PC is running on Windows 11 via developer channel or beta channel, then you can opt out of the insider preview to get the stable build of Windows 11.
According to Microsoft, the update will first hit the systems with new hardware and later join other eligible systems running Windows 10. Microsoft adds, “We expect all eligible Windows 10 devices to be offered the upgrade to Windows 11 by mid-2022.” But you always have the choice to update it manually.
Apart from the official Windows 11 announcement, Microsoft also pushes a new insider preview build to the developer channel. The latest dev channel build is rolling out with 22471 version number, you can check more information on this in our dedicated article. Microsoft has also released the new Office 2021, you can check out the pricing here.
Talking about the features and changes, Windows 11 comes with a new user interface. The next-gen Windows OS is coming with the new Start menu, taskbar, file explorer, Microsoft Store, widgets panel, and more. One of the best things about the Windows 11 is a dozen of customization options, not only this but it also comes with some gorgeous-looking built-in wallpapers.
Microsoft introducing a bunch of different ways for multi-tasking, it is slated as the Snap Layouts and Snap Groups. Microsoft Teams app gets integration directly to the Windows 11 taskbar. Also, Windows 11 knocks up with faster browsing, enhancements in overall user experience, intensified gaming experience, and more.
Download Windows 11 Stable Build
As Windows 11 reaches the stable channel, Microsoft drops the media creation tool, official ISOs, and installation assistant. If you’re in a haste and want to taste the new Windows 11 features, then you can make a bootable USB drive and manually sideload the stable build on your PC.
Or if you want to get the stable build over-the-air, then you need to wait for a few weeks or months, depends on your PC’s age or hardware.
We will keep you posted regarding Windows 11 news. And so, if you have a keen interest in Windows 11 stay connected to YTECHB.