Microsoft has revealed that the time of Windows 10 is coming to an end as the company has released its latest update called 22H2. Microsoft is recommending users to download and upgrade to Windows 11.
The version 22H2 of Windows 10 does not bring any changes other than security updates until October 14, 2025. Microsoft may well delay the cessation of updates to Windows 10, but there is nothing confirmed. In the meantime, you should get the idea of moving to Windows 11 with the following steps.
How to install Windows 11 from Windows 10
Before you begin, it’s important to verify that your device meets the minimum hardware requirements for Windows 11, which include a processor of at least 1 GHz, 4 GB of RAM, and 64 GB of storage. You should also make sure that your device is updated with the latest version of Windows 10.
The first step is to download the Windows 11 Update Assistant from Microsoft official website. Once downloaded, run the file and follow the instructions on the screen to begin the update.
The update wizard will check if your device meets the requirements for Windows 11 and perform a compatibility scan to make sure that all apps and devices installed on your device are compatible with the new operating system.
If any compatibility issues are found, the wizard will provide hints and tips to resolve them before proceeding with the upgrade.
After running the compatibility scan, the Windows 11 download will start. Depending on the speed of your internet connection and the capabilities of your device, this process can take several minutes or even hours.
Once the download is complete, the upgrade assistant will begin installing Windows 11 on your device. During the installation process, you will be asked to select configuration options and settings, such as language and time zone.
After the installation is complete, restart your device and enjoy the new Windows 11 experience.
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