Windows 11 Upgrade Checker

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  • Before you begin

    This assistant is for those who wish to:
    • You’ll need to give your computer a Windows 11 health check before updating to Microsoft’s newest operating system.

    Before you begin, check to see if the following conditions apply to you:
    • It may finally be out after years and years of waiting but not every computer is compatible.
    • On top of that, with any new OS, there will be kinks and Windows 11 problems are something to keep in mind before making the jump.
    • However, updating to the OS not only offers a new, modern look, but a ton of features, particularly for multi-tasking. In fact, you could run Android apps almost natively on it if you wanted to. And, while a fresh install may cost you, you can grab Windows 11 without spending a dime if you’re already running Windows on your device.
    • Having come out October 5th, Windows 11 has already made waves.
    After you download the Installation Assistant:
    1. And, though it’s a great upgrade – you can see what we thought in our Windows 11 review – it does have some caveats like requiring TPM 2.0 for some of its security features.
    2. If you’re not sure if you can install the new operating system, take a look below to find the system requirements as well as learn how to run Microsoft’s PC Health Check app to figure out if you should get it.
    3. While Windows 11 is available as a free download, Microsoft has set a baseline of hardware specifications that allows users to take advantage of all its features.
    4. All the PCs and laptops powered by Intel’s sixth and seventh-generation processors are not eligible to get the new update.

    Note: Windows 11 Installation Assistant doesn’t run on ARM-based PCs. It’s only supported for PCs using x64 processors. If you need installation media to install Windows 11 on a different PC, see Create Windows 11 Installation Media.