This week on Pureinfotech: On June 24, Microsoft held its special press event to finally revealed Windows 11. The next version of the OS is expected to start rolling out to compatible devices during the holiday season of 2021. Or perhaps even a little earlier.
Although Windows 11 will be offered as a free upgrade, the company also revealed that the system requirements are changing, which means that not every Windows 10 computer will be eligible to get it. In the next version, devices will need to have a specific processor from Intel, AMD, or Qualcomm, and now a trusted platform module (TPM) version 2 will be a prerequisite.
As part of the Windows 10 maintenance, the update KB5003690 was released for versions 21H1, 20H2, and 2004 to fix blurry text with news and interests, problems with gaming, wireless, BitLocker, and more. In addition, the Feature Experience Pack 120.2212.3920.0 rolled out for Windows 10 version 21H1 and 20H2 as update KB5004393 to fix an issue with the touch keyboard experience.
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Tech tips roundup
This week, you also learned several tips to get the most out of Windows 10 and Windows 11, including the steps to enable the TPM feature on Hyper-V to install Windows 11 in a virtual machine.
We looked into the steps to check whether your computer will be compatible with the next version of the OS.
In addition, for those who use Microsoft Edge as their browser of choice, you can use these steps to send tabs to other devices, and you can now get the Microsoft Outlook extension to access your inbox, calendar, contacts, and tasks without leaving the tab you are viewing.