Windows 11 Rolls Out Sooner Than Expected Release Date

Windows 11 will begin rolling out this fall — but it won’t have every new feature promised just yet.

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Windows 11 finally has a release date: Oct. 5. Microsoft’s first major operating system update in six years will be available as a free download for existing Windows usersstarting on that date.

However, the OS won’t roll out to every compatible Windows device at once, and it won’t have every major new feature promised just yet, Microsoft said in a Tuesday blog post.

While the first general release of Windows 11 will include features like a more streamlined, Mac-like design, an updated Start menu, new multitasking tools and integrated Microsoft Teams, it will not include one of the most anticipated updates: support for Android mobile apps in its new app store.

Microsoft also didn’t offer a date for when Android apps would be available, either, other than saying that they would roll out in a “preview” test “over the coming months,” according to the post.

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