Dear readers, if you have been patiently waiting for install Windows 11 on your PC get ready, because Microsoft has some good news for you: it was recently revealed that the company stands accelerating the rollout of the new system. Let’s find out the details together.
Windows 11: Microsoft accelerates system rollout
If you are part of that slice of the public that is still waiting patiently for install Windows 11 on the PC, Microsoft has good news for you all. The company announced today that it is increasing the pace of the rollout of the operating system, in order to make it available for more devices.
As long as your system meets the system requirements, and you have installed the service update of 14 September 2021 released by Microsoft, now you too can finally upgrade your PC a Windows 11.
If, on the other hand, for the moment, you still intend to continue using Windows 10, you can rest assured. The company announced that it has begun distributing theNovember 2021 update for the operating system. Looking ahead, Microsoft plans to move Windows 10 updates to one annual frequency, aligning it this way with Windows 11.
As we mentioned earlier, Microsoft does not recommend installing Windows 11 on a device that does not meet the system requirements – although it is still possible to do so. One thing to keep in mind is that there is a risk of not receiving updates on a PC with an unsupported processor. When Microsoft released Windows 11 on October 4, the company said it expected to offer the update to all eligible devices by mid-2022.
If you want to update your PC and want to evaluate if your device meets the requirements, you can consult the official website.