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Your Windows 11 Checklist!

 
Are you excited for Windows 11?
 
The new Microsoft operating system is sleek, modern looking, and includes a handful of upgrades, compared to Windows 10.
 
There are many new features, such as integrated Teams, and widgets that can be accessed directly from the taskbar. You can also use Android apps on your PC for the first time.
 
On October 5th, Windows 11 availability will begin for eligible Windows 10 PCs and PCs that come pre-loaded with Windows 11 will start becoming available for purchase.
 
Not every PC will be eligible for Windows 11, however. There’s a strict list of hardware requirements.
 
To run Windows 11, your PC must have:
  • A 1GHz, 64 bit processor with two or more cores
  • Minimum 4GB of RAM
  • At least 64GB of storage
  • A Trusted Platform Model (TPM) chip, which is a security chip
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If you would like the Databranch team to check your organization’s machines to see if they are Windows 11 ready, give us a call at 716-373-4467 x 15, email info@databranch.com, or fill out the form below to learn more!
 

If you would like to ensure your organization's Windows 11 Readiness, let us know below and a Databranch Technology Consultant will be in touch!

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