Microsoft unveiled Windows 11 yesterday, as it was supposed to happen today. Since there is no single way to install this operating system, we decided to teach you how to upgrade from Windows 10 to Windows 11.
Windows 11 is now officially available, and if your device is eligible to download it, you will definitely be able to get it as an update. Of course, this update may take some time to appear, but it will definitely be available to you in the days or eventually in the coming weeks. But if you are not familiar with the device update process and you want to do it, in this article we will teach you how to do it.
Keep in mind that you can use the following methods to download, install, and successfully experience Windows 11 on systems that do not officially support the operating system, but we recommend that you do not do so, as Microsoft has stated that if it detects this, there is no Does not provide an update for the system. So the choice is yours.
How to upgrade from Windows 10 to Windows 11?
Before we start the installation of Windows 11, it is better to first check whether our system supports this operating system at all or not so that at least we can be relieved about this. All you have to do is download, install and run the new version of the PC Health Check app recently released by Microsoft to find out why your system can’t support it if you can’t get it.
Of course, the main reason for not supporting Windows 11 is because of the TPM 2.0 chip, which is often used in newer processors. The option for this chip is disabled by default (at least on my system) and you must enable it in the BIOS menu. So if the app found TPM 2.0 as the main source of the problem, first look for an option in the BIOS menu, and if you do not find it and you are sure that your processor does not support it, you should know that you can not officially run Windows 11 Receive and you must circumvent the restrictions of the American company in this regard.
Safe but longer method; Windows Update
If your device supports Windows 11, you no longer need to install the ISO file because you can safely wait for it to be released by Microsoft itself and receive it through the Windows Update section. To do this, just enter the settings and select the last option, Update and settings. Then click Check for updates and wait to see if an update is received. If everything is ready, you should see the update, otherwise it is better to wait a while. You should also keep in mind that Windows 11 is available for free to your system, so do not worry about the cost.
Note: Microsoft now intends to gradually release this update for more systems. If you do not see the option to update to Windows 11, it will most likely happen in the coming weeks because your system supports Windows 11. To get the most out of your Windows experience, Microsoft recommends updating Windows this way, because when your company feels your system is ready to receive an update, it will provide it to you.
If Windows 11 does not officially support your system and for any reason you can not get it through the settings menu and the update section, you should go to the next method, which is to download the ISO file. Of course, there should be no need to worry about staying in Windows 10, because Microsoft announced that by 2025, it will fully support the operating system. So you will not only get the look and feel of Windows 11, but you will also be covered by Microsoft in the long run in terms of security or attractive features.
The second method; Download ISO file
Fortunately, Microsoft did not limit its download and installation of Windows to the update section, and made it possible for users to download the relevant file through the company’s official website. This method works even for those whose system does not officially support Windows 11, and at least for a while they can experience using it. But as mentioned above, we recommend that you do not do this as you will no longer receive any updates and may impose other strict policies in the middle of Microsoft’s path.
However, not receiving the update can not be too much of a problem, because users can download and install a new ISO file again through the Microsoft site whenever there is a problem with Windows or they feel the need for an update . Then run the application called Windows 11 Update Assistant. In this section, you can either burn the Windows 11 ISO file on a flash drive or you can update your system to the new operating system by clicking on the update option.
Of course, Microsoft is aware that you can upgrade your system to Windows 11 through the second method, and even gives you this permission, but before installation, you must agree to the terms and conditions of the company that if something goes wrong. , You are to blame, not the company. Therefore, we recommend that you keep your old system on the same Windows 10 unless you are very eager to experience new features.
Note: Installing Windows 11 in this way indicates that you have not chosen the gradual method of Microsoft. This means that you may encounter a series of small and large bugs on your system that you seem to have accepted because we know that even after receiving Windows in the best possible way, you may still encounter bugs and problems.
If Windows 11 is a problem for you, you can go back to Windows 10, which we taught you earlier in another article. Of course, you only have 10 days to return to the previous version, so during these ten days, be sure to do all kinds of hard tests on your system to make sure there is no particular problem.