Windows 11 has a release date, and it’s a fair bit sooner than many of us anticipated. Microsoft today announced that its new OS would begin to roll out on October 5 — just a few weeks away. On that date, an update for the new OS will begin to roll out to users on fully compatible devices, but it’s also when the first new devices preloaded with Windows 11 will become available in stores. As with its larger Windows 10 updates, Microsoft is using a phased, very gradual update rollout, which means casual users may have to wait until…This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Windows

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