Microsoft's latest Windows 11 has been making a huge noise in the industry since the tech giant company claimed that it will offer better features compared to Windows 10 version.
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After Windows 10 was released, many users already complained about bugs that greatly affect their PC or laptop's performance. These include issues about the internet, lagging, and other annoying system problems.
Although Microsoft said that Windows 11 could be better, it is still too early to conclude that the new software will not have some system issues.
If you are one of the interested people, you can install the new Microsoft Windows 11. However, your device should be running the older Windows 10 before you can download it.
On the other hand, the company also announced that newer CPU models are also required.
Windows 11 Vs. Windows 10
Android App Integration
According to CNET's latest report, one of the most major updates of Windows 11 is Microsoft's Android app integration feature. This means that Android applications will also be accessible in the new system. Meanwhile, Windows 10 doesn't have this capability.
Virtual Desktop Support
On the other hand, Microsoft's Windows 11 is also claimed to offer better desktop support compared to Windows 10. The new system's virtual desktop feature is also comparable to the one offered by MacBooks.
Interface and Design
When it comes to virtual design, the new Windows 11 brings a brand interface similar to macOS. It has a clean design, with pastel shades and rounded corners. On the other hand, the new Microsoft software also offers the iconic Start menu, which moves to the center of the screen together with the Taskbar.
Windows 11's Microsoft Teams Taskbar
The new Windows 11 also added Microsoft Teams in its Taskbar, which Windows 10 was not able to do. This makes it easier for users to access the popular application.
Compatible Devices With Windows 11
Windows 11 seems to be a great software to use. But, you still need to have the required CPU models before installing this advanced system. The Verge provided a complete list of all the CPUs you need to have:
For AMD CPUs
- AMD Ryzen 2000
- AMD Ryzen 3000
- AMD EPYC 2nd Gen
- AMD EPYC 3rd Gen
- AMD Ryzen 5000
- AMD Ryzen Threadripper 2000
- AMD Ryzen 4000
- AMD Ryzen Threadripper 3000
- AMD Ryzen Threadripper Pro 3000
For Intel CPUs
- Intel 8th Gen (Coffee Lake)
- Intel 9th Gen (Coffee Lake Refresh)
- Intel 10th Gen (Comet Lake)
- Intel 11th Gen (Rocket Lake)
- Intel 11th Gen (Tiger Lake)
- Intel Xeon Skylake-SP
- Intel 10th Gen (Ice Lake)
- Intel Xeon Cascade Lake-SP
- Intel Xeon Cooper Lake-SP
- Intel Xeon Ice Lake-SP
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Written by: Griffin Davis