After the official presentation of Windows 11, we don’t know a specific release date for Microsoft’s new operating system, but documents published by Intel shed some light on the matter.
The announcement of Windows 11 was undoubtedly one of the biggest events of recent months – the upcoming premiere of the new operating system from Microsoft is approaching, but we still do not know exactly when we will be able to take advantage of this OS.
There are plenty of indications that fairly reliable information on this has been revealed by Intel – in the documentation for the manufacturer’s first Windows 11-compatible graphics chip drivers, information was found about when we can expect the new OS to debut on the market.
Internet users have found an earlier, modified version of the document attached to the drivers, which states that Windows 11 will arrive in October of this year.
It’s worth remembering, however, that this possible release date won’t apply to the vast majority of us — Microsoft has already confirmed that the ability to upgrade from Windows 10 won’t appear until 2022.