Windows 11 Information
First and foremost, you may not want to upgrade to Windows 11... yet.
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT WINDOWS 11
Windows 11 features a visual redesign and a host of new features.
Windows 11 has a new look, designed to be fresh, fast, and more user-friendly. Productivity upgrades include snap layouts, snap groups, and a new docking experience. Some other changes include new widgets, android apps, a new Windows store, and even a different approach to the Start button, which is now placed in the center of the screen by default.
Users may find some of these changes well worth the upgrade, while others may seem confusing or even pointless. It should also be noted that new Operating Systems tend to arrive with a host of bugs, glitches, and other issues. We encourage users to research the changes before upgrading to Microsoft's newest iteration of Windows.
HOW TO CHECK IF YOUR PC CAN RUN WINDOWS 11
In order to identify whether your PC meets Microsoft's 'Easy Upgrade Requirements', you can download an automatic tool by using the following link: https://aka.ms/GetPCHealthCheckApp
This tool will let you know why you cannot run Windows 11. Smaller issues may include secure boot, RAM and diskspace, while larger issues will have to do with CPU compatibility.
OLDER SYSTEMS CAN STILL RUN WINDOWS 11
Microsoft will not stop anyone from performing manual installs of Windows 11. If your PC does not mean the official requirements, you will simply have to perform a clean install of Windows 11 manually, rather than through an official Windows Update.
This will be particularly useful for PCs with 6th and 7th Generation Intel Processors, which only narrowly fail the official Windows 11 requirements.