When the Windows 11 update is launched on October 5, it will offer a refreshed interface and powerful new capabilities. Due to severe new hardware requirements, the company’s largest updates to Windows since it released the previous edition in 2015 will not be available to all customers. Microsoft promises new features like seamless updates with Windows 11 for consumers who have suitable devices.
Similarly, the company is lowering the size of updates and modifying how they are provided. Instead of compressing updates, the company will examine the packages a user has installed and just download the new components, resulting in smaller download sizes and faster updates than before. This is similar to what Fedora and Red Hat Linux desktop operating systems have given for years in the form of Delta RPMs, which also download elements of the update that the system requires.
How to Upgrade to the New Microsoft Windows 11
System requirements for Windows 11
|Processor||1GHz or faster with two or more cores on a compatible 64-bit processor or SoC|
|Storage||64GB or More|
|System firmware||UEFI, Secure Boot Capable|
|TPM||TPM version 2.0|
|Graphics card||DirectX 12 or later with WDDM 2.0 driver|
|Display||HD display that is greater than 9′ diagonally, 8 bits per color channel|
|Internet||Microsoft account and internet connectivity|
How to Upgrade from Windows 7 to Windows 11
- Click on the Start Menu.
- Go to the Control Panel.
- Tap on Windows Update.
- Tap on Check for Updates.
- Once windows have searched for the updates.
- Tap on Install Updates.
How to Upgrade from Windows 10 to Windows 11
- Click on the Start Menu
- Go to the system Settings >> Update & Security.
- Look for a new update. When the update becomes available it can be seen.
- Click on Install.