A lot of people thinking about the Windows 11 system configuration, whether their machine will support it or not! Windows 11 is the new operating system from Microsoft; they announced it globally on 11th June 2021. The screenshots of the new User Interface, start menu, icons have been published online.
More Emphasis on the Windows 11 UI:
Basically the looks and features of Windows 11 very much close to Windows 10 Operating system. Rather than the start menu, icons are very much similar to Windows 10X OS. The main changes you will see in the taskbar. The taskbar icons are placed at the center, with a new start menu icon. The menu also looks different, has rounded corners which gives a stunning look to the overall desktop view. The tray icons have a clearer view now.
The new start menu is simplified than before, Microsoft let go of the live tiles view from the menu. These live tiles were seen from Windows 8, 8.1, and 10. Now it only shows pinned apps, recent files, installed folders, and options to quickly shut down and restart.
One point I tell you, by default Microsoft is giving start menus and quick icons at the middle of the taskbar, but if the user wants they can place them at the left of the taskbar like before. If the user wants then they can also enable live tiles to feature on start menus like previously before.
Windows 11 operating system gives you the option to use dark mode, a pretty much-enhanced version of Windows 10 you can tell.
Minimum Requirements of Windows 11 System Configuration:
1.4 GHz single-core for 32-bit OS or a 1.8 GHz single-core for 64-bit OS version
2GB of RAM
15GB of available storage on the installation partition
Display hardware resolution of 1024 x 768
Okay, not only these but users need to have some special requirements to install Windows 11 on their machines. The first thing is to enable the secure boot option from the BIOS features, and then TPM 2.0 must be enabled. Otherwise, users might get errors while installing the Windows 11 Operating System.
First, launch the Run command box in Windows, search for ‘tpm.msc‘. Open “TPM management on Local computer” option. Under its status option, check TPM is enabled or not.
If it is not enabled then go to the Startup Menu option. Then go to the ‘Security tab’, under that go to the TPM device option. Make the TPM available and restart the windows.
How to Enable Secure Boot option:
Again go to the Start Menu options. Enter in the ‘BIOS Setup’ mode. Go to the ‘Boot options’ under ‘Advanced Tab’. Enable the Secure Boot option from there.
Boot the system again with the Windows 11 installed partition. It will do the work.
Microsoft declared that they will stop the Windows 10 services from 2025. Users can download Windows 11 iso image and install the OS or they can update from Windows 10 OS to get the latest Windows. Microsoft announced the detailed installation procedures also. Windows 11 officially will be released at the late date of this month.