Microsoft finally held its big Windows 11 reveal event, more than a week after Windows 11 leaked to the masses. We already saw wallpapers, the startup sound, some of its features and tools. But now, we've seen a whole lot more, courtesy of Microsoft itself.
We found out Android apps will be available on the brand-new Microsoft Store. We learned Windows 11 not only officially exists but will be a free upgrade for all those interested in making the jump. We got Windows 11's minimum system requirements.
Basically, all of us Windows enthusiasts received scoop after scoop after scoop of big news. The question now is: Which one grabbed your attention the most? Are you jazzed that the upgrade to Windows 11 will be free, or did you expect that and therefore not care too much? Are you psyched beyond belief for Windows 11's new productivity features?
Whatever has you on the edge of your seat, let us know via the poll or the comments. We've run a few polls in recent memory about Windows 11 and its various features, and of all of the fresh content, people seemed to be most excited by the OS's start menu. We also had a few folks in the comments who voiced their love of the operating system's rounded-edge look.
With that said, there's so much more to Windows 11 than a start menu, and today's event further solidified that fact. People should expect more news in the coming months, such as a concrete release date for the operating system.
Whatever big developments happen, rest assured that Windows Central will be there to cover them. We covered the leaks in extensive detail, we covered the buildup to the official reveal, and we'll cover everything that happens after so that you know everything there is to know about Windows 11.
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