launched its wide deployment last week, with Microsoft launching its new operating system and rolling out qualified devices on . The upgrade is already free for everyone . Note that Microsoft is rolling out the OS in phases, so your system may not show the ability to upgrade yet. A Microsoft blog post from August said the company expects “all eligible devices to be offered a free upgrade to Windows 11 by mid-2022.” Do not want to wait? Read on to find out how Windows 11 Installation Assistant is your shortcut to Windows 11.
However, if you are not in a hurry, the Windows 11 update will be pushed to your device at some point in the coming months, when Microsoft data indicates that the upgrade is ready for that device. Once the new operating system is available to you, the upgrade process will feel like a normal Windows 10 update, as long as your device is compatible andneeded. (And even if it does not, , but your Windows 11 installation is not supported by the company.)
Do not want to wait until next year? You still have the option to manually download Windows 11 and check its, like , and . We tell you how below. Before your download, here .
To see if your current Windows 10 PC is eligible for the free upgrade to Windows 11, you can. And if you , this computer will also be eligible for the free upgrade.
If you have not updated to Windows 10 yet, do not worry – there is another trickthat still works. Now would be a good time to switch to preparing your machine for the Windows 11 upgrade. This trick will be the same as you use if you want to manually upgrade an older machine to Windows 11, although Microsoft does not encourage you to do this as it may not be eligible for the same updates.
Windows 11 Installation Assistant: How to download Windows 11 without waiting
Some users may download Windows 11 in the same way that you would get a new version of Windows. Just go to Settings> Update and security> Windows Update and click search for updates. If it’s available, you’ll see it Feature update for Windows 11. click on Download and install.
Note, however, that– it may take months before it is available on your device. New PCs will receive the upgrade first, and all compatible devices are expected to receive it by mid-2022, depending on the device’s age and hardware.
If the upgrade is not available to you yet, but you want to upgrade now, you have a few options. The best and simplest option is to download Windows 11 Installation Assistant. Choose race after the transfer to ensure that your hardware is compatible. Then Accept and install to accept the license terms and begin the installation. Once the program is installed, you will be prompted to restart your computer. Your PC may restart several times during the process of completing the installation, so do not worry. Just keep your PC until everything is done.
If you cannot use Windows 11 Installation Assistant, you have a few backup options, but be warned that these are more complicated. We strongly recommend that you consider waiting for the update to arrive on your device. If you are sure you want to continue, you can create Windows 11 installation media or an ISO file. Microsoft’s download Windows 11 page has these steps in more detail.
What’s in Windows 11?
Windows 11 has a streamlined new design with pastel colors, rounded corners, a new startup sound and generally a more Mac-like look. Thathas been moved from the bottom left of the screen to the center, with app icons arranged in the center next to it. You will find plenty of , like widgets that can give you a quick overview and easier virtual desktop creation. And and can be installed from the Microsoft Store – even if that feature . (Check everything .)
The update marks the first major change to Microsoft’s operating system since Windows 10 was launched back in 2015.has been in circulation for the past year. At the Microsoft Build Developer Conference on May 25, Microsoft planned “one of the most significant updates to Windows in the last decade”, confirming that there was a major change in the horizon for the 1.3 billion users of the operating system in 2021. And in mid-June announced Microsoft quietly that it would in 2025 som dispersion.
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