The people of the UWP Community Discord are dedicated to making a better Windows experience for everyone. As such, they've held Launch 2021 to showcase the new apps they've made for everyone's benefit.
Microsoft has today announced that it will be holding a Surface hardware event in a few weeks time, on September 22 as a virtual event. The company is expected to unveil new hardware with Windows 11, including the Surface Pro 8, Surface Go 3, and perhaps a new powerful Surface laptop.
One of Windows 11's most anticipated features is the Android app support that was first announced during the Windows 11 event back in June. Unfortunately, those interested in this feature are going to have to wait, as Microsoft has today confirmed that Android app support will not be shipping as part of Windows 11 this fall, which begins rolling out on October 5.
Microsoft has announced that Windows 11 will launch on October 5, 2021 on existing PCs that are eligible for Windows 11 as well as new PCs with Windows 11 pre-installed. Announced back in June, Windows 11 is Microsoft's first major OS version since Windows 10 launched six years ago in 2015.
We're back with another exciting episode of the Windows Central Podcast, and this week, Dan and Zac explain (again) why Windows 11 CPU support is essentially a non-issue. They also digest some spicy benchmarks for Surface Go 3 and Surface Duo 2 along with rumors about other Surface products. Panos Panay has earned a seat at the executive table at Microsoft, plus a ton more.
Microsoft announced that it won’t block people from manually installing Windows 11 onto PCs. If your PC isn’t officially supported, will you still upgrade to Windows 11? Let us know in this week’s poll.
Microsoft promised back in June that it would look into adding some Intel 7th-generation and AMD Ryzen 1000 series CPUs to the list of supported chips for running Windows 11, and today the company is ready to announce the new additions that will now be officially included as Windows 11 compatible this fall.
Microsoft spokespeople have today confirmed that users who choose to manually upgrade or clean install Windows 11 using ISO media or the Media Creation Tool will not be blocked based on the CPU generation requirements as laid out by Microsoft's official requirements list.
In this guide, we'll show you the steps to download and install a clean copy of the latest preview of Windows 11 on a spare computer or virtual machine to try out the new installation process, features, and improvements.