Windows 11 is here, but here’s why not everyone will get the upgrade yet
began full-scale deployment on October 5 – the first major upgrade in six years. Windows 11 is available as , but it is not yet available to everyone . And promised is not available at the moment. (Microsoft announced this in an August blog post).
We have already tested and published a(it’s familiar but fresh, with a ). You can expect some new things , and the is in a new place. However, it won’t include one of the most anticipated updates: in its new app store. Microsoft has also not proposed a date for or, other than saying it would be deployed in a “preview” test “over the next few months,” according to the post.
There is much to look forward to. But even if your device has not been prompted to update, you can still check if you are responding to the. Attention, (you will have to run Windows 10 first to do this – here is if you haven’t already). And just because you have a compatible Windows device doesn’t mean you’ll be able to run Windows 11 from today.
Microsoft said the launch would be “phased and measured”, withget the upgrade first and the rest will be offered the free upgrade between October and mid-2022, depending on your hardware, device age, and other factors. You will receive a notification from Windows Update letting you know when Windows 11 is available to you, or you can manually check (learn more about before your system prompts you).
While you wait for the new operating system from Microsoft to arrive, you can check to see(you will need to run Windows 10 first to do this – here is if you haven’t already). But even if it is not found compatible, there will be a way to which is not supported by Microsoft. And this is how , if you prefer not to use Bing.
You also don’t need to immediately upgrade to Windows 11 if you don’t want to –until October 2025.
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