Micro software introduced Windows 11 operating system at the beginning of October 2021, which can be free upgrades in qualified devices.
Windows 11 will be upgraded to all new laptops of Windows 10 by Micro-Soft.
But Windows 11 can not be upgraded to all computers running on Windows 10.
To upgrade Windows 11 Operating System, at least Intel 8 Generation Coffee Lex or Zen 2 CPU. TPM 2.0 (Trusted Platform Module) Support, 4GB Ram, and 64 GB storage will be required.
That is why millions of computers are not officially eligible to upgrade to Windows 11, but in some ways, it can be possible.
Micro software will be introduced to Windows 11 and currently, this upgrade will not be available for all qualified devices.
According to the company, all qualified devices will be available until mid-2022.
If you just have a computer or laptop working on Windows 10 or there is a device that can be upgraded to Windows 11.
First, check through the PC Health Check app of the Microsoft software that your device is eligible for Windows 11 upgrades.
Make all your essential documents, apps, and backups of data.
If the device is eligible, go to the settings on a computer or laptop and update and then go to the Windows update.
Check out the updates and if Windows 11 upgrade is available, there will be a download and install option.
Click Download and install and then follow the online instructions.
If you do not see the free windows 11 upgrade option, you will have to wait until the middle of 2022.