Xiaomi has published a list of notebooks eligible for Windows 11. Aimed at the Public of China, the relationship indicates the models of the Mi Notebook and RedmiBook lines that will be updated to the new version of the Microsoft operating system. The software, it is worth remembering, is not yet available to all users.
The list is focused on computers sold in China with support for the successor to Windows 10. In this case, there are models such as the Mi Notebook Air, announced in 2018 with intel 8th generation processor, and the Mi Notebook Pro 15 OLED, for example. Options such as the RedmiBook Pro 14 and the Redmi G Gaming Notebook also enter the relationship, the second being aimed at the gamer public.
What’s new in Windows 11?
Windows 11 is the new version of Microsoft’s operating system. The software was announced at the end of June with the refurbished look and a new start menu. The other news is for improvements in Paint, integration with Microsoft Teams, resources to ensure focus when performing everyday activities, and more.
Currently, only the operating system preview is available to users. The successor to Windows 10 is expected to reach eligible devices through a free upgrade starting at the end of the year. Find out if your computer is compatible with Windows 11.