Windows 11 was officially launched on October 5, 2021. The question is, do you want to upgrade to Windows 11? If you are using Windows 10, you can switch to Windows 11 as long as the Windows 11 requirements are fulfilled.
Windows 11 is available to you for free, but not all processors (CPUs) are compatible. Windows 10 PC can’t be upgraded due to some requirements built into Windows 11.
Computers using the Windows 10 operating system must meet several requirements, including Motherboard hardware must support TPM 2.0 and UEFI Secure Boot.
Microsoft has released an official PC Health Check that you can download and run on Windows 10. This application will tell you if your PC meets the minimum requirements or not.
You can get PC Health Check from Microsoft’s official website by using the link below:
After the PC Health Check installation process is complete, run the PC Health Check program already installed, then click the Check Now button to check your PC meets the requirements. If your PC is compatible, you’ll see a similar message to the image below.
Let’s discuss 2 Easy Ways Upgrade to Windows 11:
Easy Ways Upgrade to Windows 11
How to Upgrade to Windows 11 itself can be done with several methods. The Easy way to upgrade to Windows 11 is through Windows Update.
Upgrade to Windows 11 Through Windows Update
Go to Windows Update. You can use Windows Search Toolbar and type Settings, click Update and Security, and select Check For Update.
If windows 11 updates are available, you’ll see images like the one below. Download Windows 11 and wait until it’s over. However, if it does not appear, please check periodically.
Upgrade to Windows 11 with Iso Files
The second method is to download the Windows 11 Iso file. Windows 11 Iso files can be downloaded via Microsoft’s official website. Please click the link below.
Scroll down to Download Windows 11 Disc Image (ISO), select Windows 11 from the option, and click the Download button.
In the next process, you will be asked to select the default language in the Iso file. Select International English in the select language option. Then, click Confirm. Click on 64bit-Download and wait until the iso file has completely downloaded.
Click on the Iso file that was downloaded earlier. You will be automatically directed to the new Drive, Run Setup, to start the Windows 11 installation process and follow the instructions on the screen.
IMPORTANT! Select Keep personal files and applications so you don’t lose files stored on the system drive (Drive C)
In case you are facing a problem, please comment below.