Windows 11 upgrade: Getting ready for the Windows 11 upgrade
May 31, 2022
Friends, let us tell you that they are rolling out Microsoft update server Windows 11 upgrade to an increasing number of PCs. Before saying yes, consider what could go wrong.
Let us tell you that this Windows 11 is a new Windows experience, which brings you closer to your choice. And with it’s intuitive navigation and easy organization, it’s got that new look, more apps, and those very efficient ways to be creative and productive in Windows 11 itself.
Friends, let us tell you that this guide will only help you in getting ready for Windows 11 and moving forward. And when you sign in with a Microsoft account, your files and favorites will come with you to Windows 11, helping you get back to the work you love just as quickly.
Microsoft’s phased rollout of Windows 11 seems to be kicking into a high gear these days, which means your Windows 10 PC can receive an invitation to upgrade at any time. And with that, when that day comes, you’ll have a decision to make: do you go ahead with the upgrade, or do you stick with Windows 10?
The good news, friends, is that you will not be forcibly migrated to Windows 11. And that’s it for now, the upgrade will require you to click a button like the one shown here to approve the installation.
If you’re not ready to upgrade, all you have to do is click on “Stay on Windows 10 for now”. That action hides the upgrade option itself and removes the associated notification icon from the taskbar.
Friends, if you’re ready to upgrade, you can just click on the big download and install button to get things started. And friends, but before doing this, think about what could go wrong.
Install windows 11
Friends, the upgrade rollout plan for Windows 11 is currently being finalized. It is scheduled to begin in late 2021 and continue through 2022. Also this specific time will vary by device. And it’s only in the coming months that we’ll have so much more to share.
Friends, once this upgrade is tested and verified for your specific PC only, Windows Update will indicate that it is ready for installation.
To check if Windows 11 is ready for your device, go to Start > Settings > Update & Security > Windows Update and then select Check for this update. If the upgrade is available for your device and you want to go ahead with it, then download and install it.
Note: Friends, it is likely to take longer time to download and install Windows 11 as compared to the normal Windows 10 feature update itself. You can use your PC while you’re downloading it, plus you have the option to schedule it to be installed at a specific time and that’s when you want to use your PC itself. were not planning.
And it may be that your hardware does not support Windows 11
Friends, tell that if your PC is brand new, then it may have come with Windows 11 preinstalled. And also, if so, you have the option of downgrading to Windows 10, but I wouldn’t recommend it. Most people will do just fine by sticking with the OS, hardware drivers, and utility software that their PC was designed to be used for.
The story is complicated by the hardware requirements for Windows 11 itself, as for older PCs. These are more than just a technicality. The biggest hurdle is the CPU compatibility requirement, and one that governs most PCs designed before 2019. And with that, if your PC has a 7th generation (or earlier) Intel CPU, and that it’s CPU is unsupported, which means that you will not be offered this upgrade. All.
It’s like on those old PCs, you still have the opportunity to switch to Windows 11, but you have to do it the hard way by downloading the installation files, doing a clean install, and at the same time reinstalling your programs and data. Will happen. (For details, also see my Windows 11 FAQ: Our Upgrade Guide and Everything You Need to Know, under the heading “What if my system doesn’t meet the minimum system requirements?” )
Either you can lose the features you rely on
Let us tell you that some people like the way Windows 10 works. Guys that’s what I mean, they really, really, really like it, and with that they’re concerned about certain aspects of the user experience and the ones that changed in Windows 11.
For example, if that you can dock the Windows 10 taskbar to the top or both sides of the display, and that but the Windows 11 version is limited to the bottom of the display. The upgrade also removes your ability to simply drag a file or app icon to the taskbar and pin it as a shortcut, and its Start Menu shortcut itself to organize it into folders.
Friends, let us tell you that this is a long list of removed or deprecated features in Windows 11. And with that said, if anything on that list is a must-have for you, consider postponing the upgrade itself.
Friends, of course, this factor also works in reverse. Do you only use this docking station with the laptop? Do you use multiple monitors? If so, then the changes in Windows 11 are quite an improvement over their Windows 10 counterpart, and this upgrade will probably be a positive for you.
So that your important hardware and software may not be compatible
Friends That because Windows 11, at its heart, is a feature upgrade to Windows 10, most devices and apps that are compatible with Windows 10 should only do this work after the upgrade. But “most” isn’t “all”, and when you’re undoing the upgrade and at the same time reinstalling your system to its previous operating system, you won’t be able to do any of that.
So just to be clear, the best time to evaluate compatibility is before you upgrade. For hardware devices itself, that means installing Windows 11 on a different device (or on a new partition on your primary device) and confirming that it works properly. For software and its services, compatibility testing can often be accomplished by using virtual machines. [For The detail’s And see This “How to Build the Best Window’s 11 Virtually Machine” that itself]
If you run into a post-upgrade compatibility issue, reverting to Windows 10 is always an option, and with that but your best course of action is to test it thoroughly first. He avoids that requirement.
You may experience annoying bugs
Friends, with a new operating system a certain level of instability is inevitable. Despite the fact that this Windows 11 preview is heavily tested by a large number of people as part of the Windows Insider program, there’s no way they’re going to test the hardware in the vast Windows ecosystem, and with that. able to cover an almost unlimited number of software.
The pattern is predictable. And with that, after a major upgrade, Microsoft documents an initial wave of bugs, which in turn are patched only on the second Tuesday of each month as part of the security and reliability updates it delivers. The mostly of theses bug’s are Just annoyings And But some are The Real productivity killer’s.
If you’re concerned that the new upgrade will still have this negative impact on your workflow, the first thing to do is to monitor the list of known issues on the Windows 11 Release History Dashboard. And also that list includes a detailed description of bugs and compatibility issues and is updated when the issue is resolved and either a workaround is available.
Note that if you prefer to postpone dealing with those issues, consider waiting until Windows 11 is a bit more mature. And on this new annual update schedule, the first major feature upgrade to Windows 11 will arrive in October 2022. And with that, this update will be equivalent to the old time service pack 1. If you wait a few months after that release, and that’s only then it’ll be an excellent chance to avoid all the issues and issues that these early adopters experience.
Most frequently asked questions
So should I accept the Windows 11 upgrade?
Let me tell you that but if and that you are still hesitating, and that is really no reason why you should upgrade to Windows 11 immediately. Plus, as long as you’re on Windows 10, you’ll have access to many of Windows 11’s key features (like Auto HDR and Virtual Desktop) as well as important updates and security patches until 2025.
Is it safe to install Windows 11 now?
Friends, it is not recommended to install Windows 11 on this PC as well as it may result in compatibility issues. If you continue to install Windows 11, then your PC will no longer support it and will not be entitled to receive updates. Additionally, damage to your PC due to lack of compatibility is not covered under the manufacturer’s warranty.
Will upgrading to Windows 11 cause problems?
It is to be noted that it is reporting some compatibility issues between Microsoft Windows 11 and some Intel networking software, which may cause some Internet problems for early adopters. According to Microsoft, some Intel “killer” and “Smartbyte” networking software are not playing well with Windows 11 as well.
How long does it take for Windows 11 to be ready?
Note that this is a free upgrade for Windows 11 compatible Windows 10 devices. And that rollout of it started on October 5th release date, but most people will be waiting until 2022 to update your laptop or PC. Windows 11 is going to arrive later in 2021 and it will be delivered in several months.
Is Windows 11 Stable Now?
Let us tell you that it is stable and at the same time it is as powerful as Windows 10. The only features they’ve removed are probably Will be eased back, but they won’t need a big new number. And with that I am adding them to 11 already.
Is Windows 10 or 11 Better?
Friends, there is no question about it, when it comes to gaming, Windows 11 will be a better operating system than Windows 10. And it will borrow some Xbox Series X features to improve the visual quality of earlier games, such as Auto HDR, which automatically adds this HDR enhancement to games built on DirectX 11 or higher.
Is Windows 11 Good?
So it’s still an excellent operating system Friends, Despite these shortcomings, Windows 11 has a lot to love: Beautiful new rounded window corners and that fluent translucent touch design, Snap Layout, Widgets, Android App Capability, Clock App in it’s own Focus sessions and PC gaming improvements.
So does installing Windows 11 delete everything?
That is not the answer As long as you select “Keep personal files and its apps” during Windows setup, and that’s it, you shouldn’t lose anything. If you haven’t selected the option, and only then you may be at risk of losing data.