On October 5, 2021, Microsoft released
Windows 11. The upgrade will first be available on new and recent PCs, and then it will be made available to all Windows 10 computers on a rolling basis, based on certified hardware combinations. By the middle of 2022, the rollout will be complete. According to AdDuplex's most current poll (February 2022), Windows 11 is installed on over 19 percent of PCs, which is noteworthy given that Windows is installed on 1.3 billion devices.
The system requirements for Windows 11 have gotten a lot of attention, but they're actually rather low: 1GHz CPU, 4GB RAM, and 64GB storage. There will be no longer be a 32-bit version of the OS, therefore you'll need a 64-bit processor. A PC with a TPM security chip and Secure Boot capabilities is also required.