Microsoft’s Windows 11 has now been available for a month, and many users have already made the upgrade. There are a myriad of new features introduced in Windows 11 that have both consumers and businesses excited, especially as the operating system is designed for hybrid working. Microsoft will continue to support Windows 10 for another 5 years; however, many businesses are considering upgrading now to take advantage of these new features. With any new update there are many factors to consider before upgrading. In this article we discuss what’s new in Windows 11, the hardware requirements, potential concerns and whether or not businesses should upgrade. What’s New in Windows 11 Productivity and UI Enhancements The most noticeable change between Windows 10 and Windows 11 is the sleek new UI of the operating system. The taskbar has been moved to the…