Windows 11 is Now becoming Available for More Windows 10 PCs. Learning directly from what got them embarrassed over the launch of Windows 10 a few years back, Microsoft is being less pushy about upgrading to Windows 11 this time around. Or perhaps it’s because there are tons of fewer computers that can actually support upgrade, which limits its potential reach in the first place.
Either way, Microsoft is heading to place the update slowly and surely. And it happens to be announcing that more windows 10 users would actually get to see more notifications that they can upgrade to Windows 11 already.
Windows 11 is Now becoming Available for More Windows 10 PCs
Part of Microsoft’s announcement places points to one often overlooked detail concerning how it rolls out windows feature updates. Aside from just pushing out the updates in waves to certain markets or regions, Microsoft applies machine learning to determine if some PCs would be able to get the upgrade or not. In theory, this process takes straight into account the myriad combinations of components and peripherals that the windows PCs get to possess, and Known issues that are related to those pieces of hardware.
Windows 11 System Requirement
This particular type of windows learning process has actually become even more critical for windows 11 based on the released system requirements. This actually has become a sore point among owners of PC, particularly all those with capable hardware that do not need to meet certain aspects, like TPM 2.0. those still get to install windows 11 manually on their computers at their very own risk, and Microsoft would surprisingly even offer instructions on how they can do so.
All Windows 10 PCs owners that are eligible for this upgrade would get to gain access to notifications over the course of the next few days. That would actually appear as a surprise also since Microsoft has been sneaking it in their PC Health Check app without the intervention or the user’s knowledge. At least, the issue with the app has been resolved right after a confusing initial release.
If you are yet to get the notification even after you meet all the requirements, all you need is a little more time before you would actually be on the list. Microsoft is now giving itself up until mid-2022 to gather all the compatible windows 10 PCs in that queue, so there happens to be a lot of time left for you. In the meantime, all those that are looking forward to staying on windows 10, for the time being, get to ignore the incessant remainder. And if they happen to upgrade to windows 11 but hate the experience, they still get to roll back to windows 10 just within the next 10 days.