Microsoft: Windows 11 will receive one feature update annually

Windows 11 was unveiled with a new interface, app, icon, and a centrally placed Start menu, the rollout has begun sometime later this year.

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Microsoft has unveiled the feature update plan for Windows 11 every year. As last month Windows 11 was unveiled with a new interface, app, icon, and a centrally placed Start menu, the rollout has begun sometime later this year.

The update will be pre-installed on new PCs and will be available as a free upgrade to Windows 10 users. The update will roll out annually. Also, monthly updates will be given for security and bug fixes The tech company also confirms that Home, Pro, Pro for Workstations, and Pro for Education editions of Windows 11 will receive support for two years.

The Enterprise and Education editions of Win-11 will receive support for three years from the general availability date. Microsoft has also worked with all major silicon partners for the hardware requirements. That includes AMD, Intel, and Qualcomm to ensure Windows 11 can deploy on most devices in the market. It will require at least a 64bit x86 or ARM processor, along with 4GB RAM and 64GB storage.