Microsoft released the latest operating system almost a year ago. The company now lets users buy Windows 11 digital licenses aside from the licenses on USB drivers. Now, you can purchase Windows 11 digital licenses on Microsoft Store. Let’s check all the details.
Microsoft Store now offers Windows 11 digital licenses
The latest operating system is a free upgrade from Windows 10, but many people have to purchase new licenses for their computers. If you want to build your PC or use a virtual machine, you must buy a Windows license.
It was already available to purchase Windows 11 licenses on USB drives, but now users can buy it as a digital license. Microsoft only added the digital licenses for its Store. While Windows 11 Home version costs $139, the Pro version costs $199.
The store offers two versions of Windows 11 designed entirely to users’ needs. The Pro version has BitLocker device encryption and Windows Information Protection compared to the Home version.
How to install Windows 11?
Microsoft keeps updating Windows 11 with new features and upgrades. You’ll have to connect your account to the OS if you want to install Windows 11 on your computer. This requirement came with Windows Insider Build 22616. According to the latest information, only Windows Enterprise users can install Windows 11 without an internet connection or a connected account.
Windows 11 features
- New Start menu folders to group apps.
- New option to change the number of pins in the Start menu.
- Taskbar ability to drag and drop files and apps.
- New Snap layouts drag and drop interface.
- And more…
You can check the Windows 11 features here.
How to get a Windows 11 license?
If you want to purchase the Windows 11 digital licenses, you can only use Microsoft Store. Here is how to purchase.
- Select the Start button.
- Select Settings > System > Activation
- Select Go to Store.
- Purchase Windows 11 digital license.
This opens the Microsoft Store app where you can purchase a Windows 11 digital license.