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                 Microsoft has begun rolling out Windows 11, the latest version of the operating system (OS), worldwide. When Microsoft officially launched the hardware powered by Windows 11, as well as consumer versions of its latest suits for Microsoft 365 and Office 2021, the most desirable duplicate of the app arrived a few hours earlier. 

   

                                 
Windows 11

Some users may have the option to start upgrading to Windows 11 right now. However, for most users worldwide, the release of Windows 11 will be slow. Microsoft previously told The Verge that all compatible Windows 10 devices should be able to receive the Windows 11 update by 2022 but new hardware (recently purchased computers) may be able to receive the update immediately.


Windows 11: How to improve it


Windows 11 contains a new modern user interface (UI), a reboot menu featuring snap assist multitasking, a Microsoft Store configuration, widgets, Microsoft Team integration, and much more. According to a review of The Verge, Windows 11 feels faster and more responsive and modern; The company seems to want to push Windows users to buy a new PC, whether they need it or not.


If you recently purchased a Windows 10 device, chances are you may have the option to upgrade to Windows 11 right away. Here's how to do it:


1. Check if your computer is officially supported to update Windows 11. You can do that with the official Microsoft PC health checker application.


2. Make sure you back up all important data, documents, and applications, if available.


3. On your computer, browse to Settings → Updates & Security → Windows Updates


4. Click the 'Check for updates' button and wait for the system to check for an existing Windows 11 update.


5. When the Windows 11 update is available, you will see an option to download it and install it for free.


Office 2021: Features


Microsoft Office 2021, the latest generation of family production applications (called office suite), is also expected to launch businesses, clients and consumers on Tuesday. Updated apps include Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, Outlook, Access, Project, Publisher, and Visio - all of which experience significant refinement of aesthetics.


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