As of October 5, updated operating system Windows 11 has started to become available on eligible Windows 10 PCs, as well as newly-purchased PCs.

The aim of this latest operating system update is “less noise, clutter, and chaos” in order to boost possibilities for productivity – and pleasure.

As well as numerous tweaks to the look – including rounded window corners and a handy centralised option for taskbar icons – Windows 11 brings such features as built-in Microsoft Teams, new tools, sounds and apps, improved accessibility options, plus bolstered security.

We’ve been testing out Windows 11 for a while now via the Windows Insider program and have found it to be rock solid. At first glance things don’t look super-different – which will be good news for many – but it’s the little niceties that you notice as you work that make it a worthwhile upgrade… especially as it’s free for most Windows 10 users, depending upon hardware specifications.

Upgrades for existing Windows 10 users will be rolling out later in the year and into 2022.

It should also be noted that if you are a happy Windows 10 user, Microsoft will continue to support it until October, 2025.

Find out more – and perhaps discover a shiny new PC that suits you – at JB Hi-Fi’s Windows 11 hub.