Windows 11 is coming

Windows 11
Windows 11 is coming. 
The next evolution of Windows is built on the familiar Windows foundation but reimagined to boost employee productivity and enhance collaboration on the most secure version of Windows yet.

Laptop Mechanic has some key features and highlights

More productive for employees

A simple, powerful UX can help their employees focus and be more productive. A streamlined UI helps cut through the clutter and reduce cognitive load. Snap layouts and personalized Widgets make it easier to stay organized. Workflows can be automated right from the desktop.

More collaborative experiences

The new Windows features a smarter way to collaborate with Microsoft Teams integration. Meet and share content easily. Mute and unmute right from the taskbar. Auto-blur and noise cancellation keep background activity where it belongs – in the background.

Consistent for IT

It’s easy for your customers to adopt app compatibility and cloud management. They can migrate with confidence knowing their favorite apps and familiar management tools from Windows 10 will still work, backed by the App Assure promise. There’s also more control over updates and the ability to deploy remote PCs in compliance with company policies.

Secure for all

Help protect customer data and access with a Zero Trust-ready OS. Safeguard their business data and identity with powerful built-in security, including hardware-based isolation, encryption, and malware protection. Easily protect user identities with password-less security.

What about Windows 10?

Rest assured that as customers chart their path to Windows 11, Windows 10 devices will still receive updates, helping them remain productive and secure.

Most Windows 10 PCs that meet minimum upgrade requirements will be clearly marked with “Free Upgrade to Windows 11″

(when available*)

*Upgrade rollout plan is being finalized and is scheduled to begin late in 2021 and continue into 2022. Specific timing will vary by device. Commercial customers should check with their IT departments for their rollout plan. Certain features require specific hardware, see https://www.microsoft.com/windows/windows-11-specifications.

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