Updating to Windows 11

Reshma Hegde 1 Reputation point

How can I update to Windows 11 if my processor is 2.50Gz. Is there any way I can update to the current version?

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  1. Anonymous

    Might check here.

    and then download here.

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  2. Reza-Ameri 16,861 Reputation points

    We need to check if your CPU is supported and if your system meets other requirements for the Windows 11.
    To find out if your system is supported or not, you may try PC Health Check app:
    In case, your system is not supported, then you won't be able to upgrade unless if you could fulfill the requirement by upgrading your hardware (if possible).

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  3. Docs 15,491 Reputation points

    Most computers running Windows 10 can upgrade to Windows 11 in a supported or unsupported fashion.

    Upgrades in an unsupported fashion may not benefit from the improvements in performance, reliability, and security.



    There are many happy computer users that have upgraded to Windows 11.

    There are also many unhappy computer users that had upgraded to Windows 11 that were unable to return to Windows 10 without performing a clean install.

    It is best to make free backup images:

    (Acronis, Aoemi, EaseUS, Macrium, Paragon, etc.)

    To perform upgrades in an unsupported fashion see these links:




    Please remember to vote and to mark the replies as answers if they help.

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