Windows 11 Home will requires Microsoft account on first install

Microsoft yesterday announced Windows 11, the successor to Windows 10 that will be available as a free upgrade for Windows 10 users. However, the first installation of Windows 11 Home requires an Internet connection and Microsoft account, according to the specifications. The system must also have a Trusted Platform Module (TPM) version 2.0.

Windows 10 installation also prompts users to sign in with a Microsoft account, but this is not required. With Windows 11 Home, this will be necessary to complete the first installation. These new installation terms are not present in the Pro version, reports Windows follower Mary Jo Foley.

Another new feature is the ability to run Android apps . Furthermore, the operating system will be equipped with new built-in security technologies, but exact details have not yet been disclosed by Microsoft. Windows 11 should be released later this year. According to Microsoft, the upgrade to Windows 11 will be similar to installing a Windows 10 update.

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