How to check if your PC can run Windows 11 Now that Windows 11 has been confirmed as a free upgrade for Windows 10 users, many PC users want to know whether their PC can run Windows 11 without any problems.
First, most PCs running the latest version of Windows 10 should be able to install and run Windows 11 without any problems. In other words, the minimum system requirements are different. The only major change is the need for a 64-bit processor because Microsoft plans to release only a 64-bit version of Windows 11.
In other words, unlike Windows 10, Windows 11 will not have a 32-bit version of Windows 11 for a 32-bit CPU.
Use PC Health Check to check if your PC supports Windows 11
To help all users check whether their PCs are compatible with the minimum system requirements of Windows 11, Microsoft has released a program called PC Health Check.
All you need to do is download (the link is at the bottom of this page) and run a PC health check on your computer. It is also very easy to use. For convenience, we’ve added step-by-step instructions below.
Get the PC Health Check app from this link. Run the setup file to get it installed. Once installed, it will be launched automatically. If not, you can manually launch it using Start/taskbar search. Once the PC Health Check app is launched, you will see the Introducing Windows 11 section. Click on the Check now button.
If your PC is compatible with Windows 11 system requirements, you will see the following “This PC can run Windows 11” message. It simply means that you can upgrade to Windows 11 for free when it becomes available.
And if your PC does not support Windows 11 for some reason, you will get the “This PC can’t run Windows 11” dialog along with why your PC cannot run Windows 11.
You may close the PC Health Check app now.
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