We are only a few days away from the release date of Windows 11, when we will see Microsoft open the door to its new look and feel operating system to the world. However, as you may already know, Microsoft will not push the operating system to every PC that installed Windows 10 that day — thank goodness — but let savvy users install it by themselves at least until 2022.
There is no doubt that those who provided PCs to the first wave of Windows 11 installations will be guinea pigs. Even the relationship between Windows 10 and iterative updates is unstable, not to mention the overall changes brought about by Windows 11. The Insider version of the past few months has shown that bugs and forgotten features are obstacles that the new operating system has not overcome.
However, I am not trying to prevent you from facing it bravely in the early days of Windows 11. In fact, I will try my best to help and abet you, and we know when you can download Windows 11 when it is released.
When can I download Windows 11?
Windows 11 will be available for download on October 5, 2021. On that day, most Windows 10 users won’t actually happen much. Although it is a free upgrade, Microsoft will not push Windows 11 to compatible Windows 10 devices until sometime in 2022-it may take some time for the company to resolve any release date errors.
At the same time, if you want to experience Windows 11, you need to download it by yourself on the same day, which should be easy on the Windows website.
We expect the update to go live around 10 am Pacific time. It was 1pm Eastern Time, 6pm British Summer Time, and 7pm UTC+1.
This is not the time Microsoft confirmed, because the company has not yet stated the exact time. However, most Patch Tuesday Updates and Insider Builds will go live around that time or later, so it seems that these types of updates are Microsoft’s MO.
We have provided a guide on how to safely install Windows 11 on your PC. You need to read it through to ensure that any of your important data will not be compromised in the process.
If you are more willing to wait for Microsoft to approve your Windows 11 installation, Microsoft says this will happen in 2022. However, there is no exact time and it will be up to Microsoft to perform “Behind the scenes testing and verification for your specific PC.” You can check if this is done by going to the Settings/Windows Update screen on your Windows 10 PC.
Regardless of whether you decide to force an upgrade, you need to pay attention to the strict Windows 11 system requirements.Microsoft relaunched Computer health check A few days before the release of Windows 11, this should give you a rough idea of whether your PC is officially supported.
If not, you can still install Windows 11, but Microsoft warns that you may not receive critical updates that may affect system security.According to reports Solutions to these Windows 11 limitations, But throughout the life cycle of the operating system, they may prove that your system is unstable.