Intel might have accidentally revealed that Windows 11 will be released in October
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Microsoft's latest operating system update, Windows 11, was announced not long ago and will be coming in late 2021. The update is bringing many useful key features including a Mac-like interface, better Android smartphone integration, and better virtual desktop support. Thanks to Intel, we might already be able to know when the operating system update is being rolled out.
Intel's latest drivers referencing "Windows 11-64 – October 2021 Update – version 21H2" were discovered and it's obvious that they are hinting at an October release window. The "21H2" part suggests that the update will be released in the second half of 2021, which further proves that the Windows 11 update is just a few months away.
Windows 11 is due out later in 2021 and will be delivered over several months. The rollout of the upgrade to Windows 10 devices already in use today will begin in 2022 through the first half of that year.— Windows (@Windows) June 25, 2021
However, it's still unknown how will Microsoft schedule the rollouts for the update. It is said that it's possible for new laptops and PCs to arrive with the new operating system already installed, while people with existing Windows 10 devices would need to wait a little bit longer.
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