Microsoft today is officially releasing Windows 11 in its stable form worldwide. The update is free for existing Windows 10 users on compatible PCs.
In order to upgrade to Windows 11, you can wait for the update to be made available to you through Windows Update. If your PC meets all requirements, then you should see Windows 11 be available as an update over the coming weeks.
The other option is to download Microsoft's Windows 11 Download Assistant. This works similarly to the one that Microsoft had in place for Windows 10. The tool will download the update for you and then you can begin the installation process at your leisure.
Through the website, you can also download tool to create an installation media, which is essentially a USB drive that you can use to install a fresh copy of Windows 11. Alternatively, you can also download an ISO file and then burn it to a DVD for installing the old fashioned way.
Windows 11 brings loads of changes to the platform, including a brand new UI with an updated taskbar and Start menu, Widgets, new Microsoft Store app with support for Android apps coming in the future, themes, Snap Layouts and Groups for multitasking and window management, DirectStorage, Auto HDR, and more.
i find win 11 a load of garbage you cant leave things alone have 4 pc,s wont up grade them,money maker,will try linux,none of the crap you get here,windows defender works when it wants to,at the moment not working,what garbage
yes, the next generation of windows 11 is good. It is noticeably smoother, the interface is also very nice, it looks like a macbock so I love it. I usually read windows 11 tutorials. I wish you a good day.
Latest windows update breaks firefox. Its just a windows 8 rehash. Rubbish dont' upgrade unless you want grief Up to their old tricks