Microsoft has yet to reveal the exact pricing for the fixtures. However, it can be assumed that the prices will be similar to those of the dozens currently offered. The Windows 10 Home edition is sold about 3,500 CZK in local stores, and potential applicants will pay about six thousand CZK for Windows 10 Pro.
The possibility of a free upgrade will certainly be more interesting. However, this only applies if you already own a computer that has a legal version of Windows that meets the hardware requirements of the new eleven. However, this is true for the vast majority of machines currently on display.
Thanks to this, people who want to buy a new one do not have to reckon with the choice now. They can now buy a new PC running Windows 10 and move to the eleventh next week.
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Higher hardware requirements
The hardware requirements of Windows 11 are increasing. Although Windows 10 has handled the DirectX 9 standard, eleven will require DirectX 12.
The lack of a Trusted Platform Module (TPM), which is also required for Windows 11, can be an issue with older hardware. A complete overview of the technical parameters of the upcoming operating system from Microsoft can be found in the table below.
|Windows 11 minimum requirements|
|Healer||1 gigahertz (Ghz) or faster processor with two or more cores that is compatible with 64-bit architecture or system on chip (SoC) hardware|
|memory||4 GB RAM|
|storage||64 GB or larger storage device|
|System firmware||UEFI interface, secure boot option|
|TPM||TPM 2.0 specification|
|graphic card||DirectX 12 / WDDM 2.x compatible graphics cards|
|Monitor||> 9″ HD (720p)|
|Internet service||A Microsoft account and internet connection are required to set up Windows 11 Home|
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