Microsoft to Kick-Start Windows 11 Rollout to Users on October 5

Microsoft to Kick-Start Windows 11 Rollout to Users on October 5-01

On October 5, Microsoft will begin rolling out Windows 11 to the mainstream users. On that day, Windows 11 will begin rolling out to eligible Windows 10 PCs and will be available for purchase on a limited number of PCs that will come preloaded with the Windows 11 operating system, according to officials.

One feature that Microsoft advertised as part of the Windows 11 experience will not be accessible at launch: the ability to download Android apps through the Microsoft Store. Microsoft officials stated that a preview of this capability will be available for Windows Insiders to test “over the coming months.”

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