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windows 11 the wait is over

It feels like an eternity since the world began hearing rumours of Windows 11. Meanwhile, experts continued to predict that Windows 10, released in 2015, would remain as Microsoft’s main operating system for a few years more.

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However, in June 2021, Microsoft stunned the computing industry by announcing the imminent release of Windows 11 and with it, Microsoft Business users began looking forward to the modernisation of their computing software.

Windows 11 promises massive improvements on security, operating functionality, and a more aesthetically pleasing user format. As if that wasn’t enough, Microsoft also revealed that many existing PCs are entitled to a FREE Windows 11 upgrade.

We can finally say goodbye to Windows 10

However, before companies worldwide bid adieu to the much-maligned Windows 10, users must be aware of some essential details.

Firstly, it’s a massive upgrade from Windows 10. However, many users wishing to be amongst the first to experience the smooth functionality of Windows 11, may need to buy a new computer (or computers, or manually upgrade from out with windows update via disk). This is because the Windows upgrade won’t happen until early next year. The new operating system is expected to have a long rollout and prioritise new machines, working their way along the line to older PCs.

Windows 11 is multitasking made easy

There are also upgrades to allow easier multitasking because Windows understands successful businesses tend to be working on about 20 projects at any one time. Moving from tablet or laptop onto an external monitor? Windows intuitive new feature remembers the placement of your windows and sets them accordingly on the monitor.

These are only a few of the upgrades to ensure your business continues running as smoothly as you do. Other apps such as Disney+, Adobe Creative, and Pinterest have already been added to the Microsoft Store.

For more sustainable business practices Microsoft has upgraded the Health Check App. It will offer helpful suggestions to improve brightness, power-saving, energy-saving, and storage. Microsoft has stated that, as Windows 11 is such a technical upgrade from Windows 10, it will only be allowed to run on computers that have the hardware capabilities required.

Essential information and Windows 11 awareness

We completely understand that the thought of new tech and upgrading to the latest version of Windows is mouthwatering news for your business. It’s incredibly exciting moving from Windows 10 to the brilliant Windows 11.

As a business owner, it’s essential to take care when doing so. For example, ensure to carry out tasks such as backing up data, creating a recovery disk, and above all else, ensuring your computer systems can run the new technically superior Windows 11.

Our companion PDF – Microsoft 11 – The Wait Is Over delves into greater detail regarding the release, upgrade, and hardware requirements of Windows 11. However, there’s no better time to consider upgrading your computing tech as we begin looking to the new year.

If you would rather contact the AcuIT team, we can perform diagnostic tests on your computers, and provide friendly advice on whether your machines will successfully run the new Windows 11 operating system.

Should I invest in Windows 11? Quite simply. Yes, you should but only after you have made sure all your current software and devices like printers etc work properly with the new OS.

For more information or expert advice on how Windows 11 can improve your business, give us a call today.

From all the team at AcuIT, we look forward to hearing from you.

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Some of the improvements include:

• A 40% reduction in size
• Fewer updates meaning less downtime for your business
• Taskbar is now renamed Windows Dock and powered by AI
• Widgets are now accessible via the Dock
• The Start Menu now sits in the center of your screen and is powered via Cloud
• Teams is now integrated into the Dock, ensuring easier access for users to join meetings and calls. Skype is no longer a permanent fixture; however, it’s still available as a download.

For more information or expert advice on how Windows 11 can improve your business, give us a call today.

From all the team at AcuIT, we look forward to hearing from you.

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