Windows 11 is finally out on physical media

Windows 11 is finally available on physical media.

The operating system came out more than six months ago, but until now it was only available digitally, which for a number of reasons is not suitable for everyone. Now there are boxed versions of Windows 11 Pro and 11 Home.

Inside the box is a USB drive on which a bootable version of Windows is written. The physical version is priced the same as the digital version: $140 and $200 for the Home and Pro versions, respectively.

According to Best Buy, where the boxed versions of Windows became available, they appeared there as early as April 14, it’s just that no one paid attention to it earlier, and Microsoft itself said nothing about it.

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