Microsoft has officially announced the Windows 11 on 24 June worldwide. The rollout of processor took placed in the slowest to covered the newest hardware generation later to reach all older necessary hardware in the next year 2022.
The company will provide the necessary option for the unsupported hardware machines can still install the Windows 10 until 2025 to received the official security cumulative updates.
Windows 11 Features are coming with floating ui elements, boxed shared start menu, third-party Android store support, new Microsoft Store for cross-platform apps. The privacy enabled feature for system will required TPM 2.0, Secure Boot enabled by default, new wallpapers, new fonts, icons and small options displayed with daily task activities.
How to Enable Secure Boot to install Windows 11
If Secure Book is disabled in your Windows 7 or Windows 10 machine. You need to enable it first by going to the Setting > Update and Security > Click on Recovery > Advanced Setup > Restart Now
- Click on Troubleshoot and then click on Advanced options.
- Go to UEFI Firmware setting and click on Restart.
- Every machine will have a different bios options. You may find first Secure Boot options in the setting.
- Click on Enabled it > Save setting with F10 > Restart.
The Windows 11 will able to create new folder, copy, paste, rename with small layout, new photo editor tool, new paint app and new notepad tap. In Windows 11 will have some issues in performance dropped in AMD chipsets.
How to install the Windows 11 through Bootable Pen Drive
- First, Download a free tool called “Rufus“
- Download Windows 11 x64 / x32 iso ( 5.1GB) approx. size.
- Select ISO and Wait for process to complete.
The Microsoft confirmed the issue with AMD chipsets and high usage of Windows File Explorer will be fixed in the Insiders Preview program with the build version Windows 11 22478.1000 as pre-release preview in the Dev channel.
The stable version fix updates will need some time to receiving updates in the coming weeks.