Do more with Windows 11 and TOUGHBOOK
This new operating system will offer faster load times, enhanced security features and improved battery life, making it easier for your workers to connect on the go.
Get ready to experience best-in-class speed, power, and security.
A PC for everyone
The new Windows 11 will be available with three TOUGHBOOK models, allowing you to take advantage of the latest innovations in touch, pen, and voice input.
Their latest. Our safest. Share, deploy and manage remotely with Windows 11 built-in security. Together with TOUGHBOOK’s industry-leading protection, this is a best-in-class experience.
With chat and calling built into your taskbar, the new Windows 11 makes it possible to connect with anyone in just a couple of clicks – regardless of what device they’re on.
Microsoft launched Windows 11 to the Market on 5 October 2021.
Windows 11 will be available for all TOUGHBOOK models that are meeting the minimum hardware requirements in the first quarter of 2022.
Windows 11 requirements - What's new in Windows | Microsoft Docs
Windows 10 will be supported by Microsoft until 14 October 2025.
Windows 10 Home and Pro - Microsoft Lifecycle | Microsoft Docs
Yes, a Windows 10 Downgrade Model will be available for all TOUGHBOOK models that are meeting the minimum hardware requirements in the first quarter of 2022. This means the model will come with a Windows 11 Pro license and Windows 10 Pro pre-installed.
All TOUGHBOOK models that meets the minimum hardware requirements can be upgraded to Windows 11 free of charge. Drivers will be available within the first quarter of 2022.
Microsoft will send you a notification once your eligible TOUGHBOOK device has been tested and validated for the free upgrade. Or you can head to Windows Update and see for yourself. Please note that a significant download is required to complete this upgrade.
The free upgrade offer does not have a specific end date for eligible systems. While Microsoft reserves the right to eventually end support for the free offer, it wouldn’t be until at least one year after general availability.
Windows 11 provides a familiar modern and refreshed interface that helps increase productivity and enhances the collaboration experience for end users while maintaining consistent management for IT managed devices.
By default, all your files and data will transfer. However, Microsoft recommends backing up your files before installation.
Most software and accessories that worked with Windows 10 are expected to work with Windows 11. Check with your software publisher or accessory manufacturer for specific details on your products.
Windows 11 is based on the same foundation of Windows 10, so it will support the same management tools that you use today with Windows 10.
Yes, you will be able to use Windows Autopilot for Windows 11 devices.