Dell laptops will get a free upgrade to Windows 11

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Microsoft has just unveiled its next version of PC operating system — Windows 11– to the world. Soon after the announcement, laptop maker Dell has announced that they will offer a wide range of PCs with the new Windows operating system including laptops, desktops, 2-in-1s and All-in-Ones
Dell has also confirmed that all Windows-based PCs listed on its website meet the requirements for Windows 11 operating system.
In addition to that, the company has also mentioned that all their Windows-based laptops listed on their website will be eligible for a free upgrade after it is available.
And for those of covering the back-to-school season, here are a few of the products that will be available with the new OS after it is released.
XPS 13: Compact and portable laptop which comes with a choice of high-contrast OLED, 4K+, and FHD+ display options.
Alienware m15 Ryzen Edition R5: Gaming laptop with good battery life
Latitude 9420 – Designed for businesses that value security, collaboration and connectivity.
“Dell & Microsoft are changing the game with the announcement of Windows 11,” said Rahul Tikoo, Senior Vice President, Client Product Group, Dell Technologies. “New Windows experiences combined with our ongoing investments in immersive visuals, collaboration, connectivity and intelligence are world-class when experienced on Dell PCs. Together we are enabling the new ‘do anything from anywhere’ world.”

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