On June 15, 2021, the ISO file of the upcoming version of Windows called Windows 11 was leaked online.
At first, the screenshots of the operating system were published on the Chinese Website Baidu, and soon it became viral in all the tech communities all around the world.
Earlier, while Microsoft told us Windows 10 will the final version of Windows, the company recently has mentioned that they are going to end supporting Windows 10 after 2025.
Soon after the ISO file went viral, Microsoft tweeted about an event that is going to take place on June 24, 2021.
Hopefully, in this event, Microsoft officially announces the sucessor of Windows 10.
After hearing about Windows 11 ISO leak, Users are now querying how to download and install Windows 11?
Well, to install Windows 11, you first have to download its ISO file that is not officially available yet.
You can’t find Microsoft Windows 11 leaked ISO file on most of the websites now as the Redmond giant has recently filed a DMCA complaint against a website that leaked the ISO file.
Windows 11 could be available as Free Upgrade
Some reports suggest that Windows 11 could be available as a free upgrade to Windows 7, 8.1, and 10.
XDA developers spotted some product configuration keys in which Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 are mentioned.
It is not surprising if Windows 11 would be a free upgrade to the earlier versions because Microsoft has already done the same with Windows 10.
So, we might not have to pay a penny to get Windows 11 if we already have a licensed version of its predecessor.