Windows 11 Releasing in October, According to Intel Document

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Microsoft hasn’t shared an exact release date for Windows 11 yet, but the new operating system should be available in around three months. That’s according to the release notes for Intel’s latest GPU drivers, which suggest that Windows 11 will be released in October 2021. Intel has since revised its release notes for driver, removing the supposed release date for Windows 11, but the information lines up with a previous leak by Walmart that also indicated an October release for the new operating system. That said, Microsoft has only confirmed that Windows 11 will be available “later in 2021.”

Image: Windows Latest

In the release notes of DCH GPU driver, Intel has clearly referred to Windows 11 as “October 2021 Update – version 21H2.” As you’re probably aware, Windows builds are labelled “YYMM” where YY represents the year in two-digit format and MM is representing the month of the expected release.

Source: Intel (via Windows Latest)

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