The release of windows 11 has been set to October 5, 2021. To this date an Ubuntu Linux version of the rumoured windows 11 has been released. With the same interface as windows 10 from microsoft and similar features in the windows 7 OS. The windowsfx 11 is said to have been created by a team of just four members with Rafael Rachid as the leader in reproducing  windows 11 look-alike OS. It is detailed and similar to the upcoming OS with exhilarating features and various modifications.

The developers of windowsfx 11 mentioned that it is being developed under the Microsoft’s terms of use, using open source tools available on the project’s own website. The OS comes with two versions, a free edition and  a fully loaded windows 11 emulating professional version.


  • Windows support
  • Linux kernel 5.11 LTS
  • Base package: Ubuntu 20.04 LTS Neon
  • Google and Helloa assistants

Minimum requirements

  • Dual-core processor
  • 2GB RAM
  • 20GB disk space


  • Quad-core processor(4 cores)
  • 4GB RAM
  • 64GB disk space

Windowsfx 11 has all the main tools availaible in Microsoft Windows 7, 8 and 10. Applications like microsoft edge browser, teams, skype, powershell, office online, code and more are present in windowsfx 11. This released version is still under development so it is not guaranteed to be error free. If you want to give the windowsfx 11 a try then click here. If you have any comments on this matter just drop by the comment section.


4 Responses

  1. Great information on the upcoming release. Sounds like Ubuntu is keeping the lower end or older model PC’s in mind by making the same features available to those with weak processors and low memory.

    As you mentioned, I am usually a little hesitant about the new release of anything due to nature of bugs on initial release. I still wait a few weeks or a month before updating my phone.

    It is nice that you have that available here on the site for those interesting in trying it out.

    • The upcoming windows 11 release got me quite interested so i had to research a bit about it and when i got some info i just couldn’t help but share.

    • Linux is a pretty interesting OS after. I haven’t used it that much but it sure did prove to be a good OS to me.

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