update for free to the newly revised operating system from Microsoft. ( .) As long as your PC meets the minimum requirements, you can upgrade to Windows 11 the same way you normally upgrade Windows 10 – once it begins during the rollout and in 2022. (Although we don’t have an exact date yet, Microsoft has dropped some hints that it could arrive as early as October.)is on the way, and when you are already , it will be
If you’re a member of the Windows Insider Program and can’t wait for the final version to be available, you can download the first Windows 11 Insider Preview build today and some of the, to like , and the . We’ll tell you how to do this below.
First, check that your current Windows 10 PC is eligible for the free upgrade to Windows 11.. And when you , this computer is also eligible for the free upgrade.
If you haven’t upgraded to Windows 10 yet, don’t worry – there is a trick forthat still works. Now is a good time to prepare your computer for the Windows 11 upgrade.
How to download the Windows 11 Insider Preview build
If you are a member of the. are Windows Insider Program (You can sign up now for free) You can now download the first Insider Preview build of Windows 11. However, it’s important to note that beta releases, especially early ones like this one, tend to be buggy. You should never download a beta on your primary device, only download a test device if you have one. For most people, it’s best to wait for the public beta to arrive in July, or better still, the general release later in the year. This first build also doesn’t include all of the new features that will eventually arrive with the general release.
Do you still want to try it out? Here is how.
1. Make sure that you are running a licensed version of Windows 10 on your device and that you are an administrator on the device. Register with join the Windows Insider Program if not already done. Or sign in to your Windows Insider account. click Start flight.
2. Go to Settings> Update & Security> Windows Insider Program. click Getting started.
3. Under Select an account to get started, choose + to connect the Microsoft account you signed up with and continue.
4th Follow the instructions to choose the experience and channel you’d like to receive Insider Preview builds through: the Dev Channel (for developers), the Beta Channel (for early adopters), or the Release Preview channel (for those who just want to get the latest version before it is widely released). Note that this build comes to the dev channel.
6th After the reboot, make sure your data settings are correct so that you can download preview builds. To do this, go to Settings> privacy > Diagnosis & feedback, and ensure that the optional diagnostic data switch is set to Diagnostic On.
7th Go to Settings> Update & Security> Windows Update. Press the Check for updates Button. You should see the latest Insider Preview build based on the settings you selected.
From there, like any other Windows update, your device should be updated and you’re good to go.
Here’s how to download Windows 11 when it’s generally available
As soon as Windows 11 becomes available to all Windows users with compatible computers this fall, download it as you would any new version of Windows. Most users go to Settings> Update & Security> Windows Update and click Check for updates. If available, see Function update to Windows 11. click Download and install.
Windows 11 offers a streamlined new design with pastel colors, rounded corners, a new startup sound, and an overall Mac-like look. Thehas moved from the lower left edge of the screen to the center, with app icons in the center next to it. You can find many such as widgets that give you information at a glance and make it easier to create virtual desktops. And and can be installed from the Microsoft Store. (Look at all of them .)
The update marks the first major change to Microsoft’s operating system since the introduction of Windows 10 in 2015.have been in circulation for a year. At the Microsoft Build Developer Conference on May 25th Microsoft was planning “one of the most significant Windows updates of the last decade,” confirming that 2021 will see a big change for the operating system’s 1.3 billion users. And in mid-June, Microsoft quietly announced that it would in 2025 as Distribution.
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