Microsoft Windows 11 Upgrade for PCs Starting October 11th
There’s a lot of craving for Windows 11, but it’s finally getting an update on PC starting in October. Microsoft says Windows 10 users can get free updates on their PCs. However, If anyone wants to purchase Windows 11 preloaded hardware, they can set up Microsoft Windows 11 Upgrade Now.
In a recent blog post, Microsoft General Manager Aaron Woodman said, “We will try to bring the best of what we’ve brought to Windows 11.” Windows 11 is already released on October 5th. However, It will take some time until 2022 before it becomes increasingly useful on all PCs. Windows 11 may update some PC users from October 5th, but until the 22nd, all will be useful.
Users can update Windows 11 from October 5th. You can check if your PC is updated to Windows 11 with Microsoft’s dedicated PC health check app. As mentioned in Windows 11, It supports Android apps. It will have all the features of mobile, but it won’t be before 2022. Microsoft will roll out this feature with all 10 updated PCs under the age of 11.
Last week, Microsoft clarified what the system requirements for Windows 11 are. Those without the skills can get Windows 11, the company says. Alternatively, one 64-bit 2 or higher GHz processor is required and 4 GB of RAM is required. Storage must be 64 GB and TPM 1.2 chip. Then you can install Windows 11 from the ISO process.
For those whose PC doesn’t support Windows 11, no problem. Because, according to Microsoft, Windows 10 will be supported until 2025.