Microsoft launches the distribution of the Windows 11 update with the Start menu folders and a video editor.

On Tuesday, Microsoft announced that it has begun rolling out Windows 11, the most recent version of its PC operating system. The free upgrade may increase PC accessibility, convenience, security, and perhaps even environmental friendliness.

Microsoft has diversified its business away from Windows over the past ten years by expanding its Azure public cloud and buying assets like the business social network LinkedIn, but Windows still accounts for 12% of the company’s income.

The upgrades demonstrate to Microsoft that it is still committed to updating Windows, the most widely used operating system for personal computers that goes back to the 1980s. However, the corporation now only releases one big upgrade to Windows annually as opposed to two in the past.

Microsoft’s product chief, Panos Panay, stated in blog post on the changes that “our work is never done to guarantee Windows grows and adapts to you.”
Windows 10 continues to be the most widely used version of Windows, with share of roughly 72%, according to information gathered by privately held StatCounter. 
Many firms still use that operating system for their PC fleets even though support for it expires in 2025. 
However, Windows 11, which debuted in October 2021, is gaining popularity; its market share increased to 13% in August from 2.6% in January.

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