Windows 11 Now Rolling Out: Here’s How To Update Your PC To Windows 11 Right Now

Microsoft has finally released the latest version of Windows, Windows 11, for all users. The latest version of Windows will now be released to millions of computers worldwide in the coming days. The latest version of Windows offers a redesigned user interface, a new app store, and features like new Teams integration, a new Windows app store, and the ability to launch Android apps from birth. While most users may have to wait for the Windows 11 update to reach their system, there is now a way to do it.

Before we begin, it is important to note that the update will not reach your system if it does not meet Microsoft system requirements. However, this does not mean that you will not be able to start Windows 11 on your old computer. Microsoft previously said that users can access Windows 11 on their old computers by manually installing and installing the ISO file for the latest operating system.

To check if Windows 11 has arrived for your computer, users can go to Settings > Windows Update. If you haven’t received the wireless update and need to verify that your computer can run Windows 11, you can download the Microsoft PC Health app, which will say if your computer can run Windows 11. If the Windows PC Health app shows that your computer is compatible and you don’t want waiting for the update to reach your system, do the following:

Step 1: Go to the Windows 11 software download page.

Step 2: Use the Windows 11 installation wizard, click Download Now and follow the instructions

Step 3: You can also create a bootable USB device or DVD by selecting “Create Windows 11 Installation Media”.

Step 4: Finally, you can download a bootable media disk image (ISO) or install a virtual machine.

Step 5: Follow the instructions and you can install Windows 11 right away.