- Tram Ho
Microsoft started releasing Windows 11 earlier this month, and as everyone knows, the company has updated the system requirements allowing users to upgrade for free.
This means that not all Windows 10 devices will be able to receive the new operating system.
But as it turned out, even some computers that were eligible to switch to Windows 11 were not allowed to download and install the operating system, even though it was caused by a bug in Windows Update.
The affected computers all display the error message “this PC doesn’t currently meet all the system requirements for Windows 11” or “This PC does not currently meet all system requirements for Windows 11″ .
But according to GHacks, Microsoft is investigating the issue so with any luck, the fix will be released sooner and all PCs will be able to upgrade to Windows 11 smoothly from Windows Update.
Meanwhile, Microsoft continues to release Windows 11 to all users, and it plans to complete the goal by the summer of 2022. At that time, all eligible devices will be able to use the operating system. comfortable new ride.
Microsoft explains: “After the tremendous lessons learned from Windows 10, we wanted to make sure we were able to give you the best experience possible. That means new eligible devices. upgrade will be received first, then the upgrade will be rolled out over time to devices marketed based on the smart model, considering hardware eligibility, metrics Reliability, device age, and other factors affect the upgrade experience. We expect all eligible devices to be offered a free upgrade to Windows 11 by mid-2022.” .
If your computer is eligible to upgrade to Windows 11, simply go to Windows Update and see if the update is available for download.
Refer to Softpedia
Source : Genk