- The users of the Windows Insider Program asked to go back to Windows 10
- Microsoft will roll out Windows 11 on October 5
- The company is offering the new version of the Windows operating system without any additional cost
Microsoft announced in Windows 11 in June this year, and the latest version of the Windows operating system is coming with a new feel and approach. The company has made many changes in the latest version of the operating system and one of the highlighting features is the support for the Android applications on the board.
Along with the changes in the operating system the company has also made changes in the hardware requirements and that makes many old computers to stay away from the upcoming Windows 11.
Microsoft has now dropped ineligible systems from the Insider program and tells them to install Windows 10. pic.twitter.com/zfALanmcuq
— BetaWiki (@BetaWiki) August 31, 2021
Microsoft has officially confirmed to roll out the stable version of Windows 11 on October 5 and the update will be available without any additional cost to The Eligible devices.
Having said that, the upcoming version of the Windows operating system made available for the users of The Windows Insider Program even their computers are not meeting the minimum requirements but before the official rollout of Windows 11, Microsoft asking users to roll back to Windows 10. That means now the beta testers are also not allowed to experience the new taste of the Windows operating system.
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