Following quite a while of testing, Microsoft is releasing the final version of Windows 11 to its Release Preview channel today. It’s the last advance before it’s released all the more extensively to existing devices on October fifth. On the off chance that you would prefer not to delay until October fifth, you can switch to the Release Preview in Windows 10 today and get the free Windows 11 upgrade early.
Here’s the way to upgrade to Windows 11 early:
- Verify whether your PC is viable with Windows 11, utilizing Microsoft’s PC Health App (download here).
- On the off chance that your PC is supported, you’ll need to register as a Windows Insider over at Microsoft’s site to get the Windows 11 redesign early.
- On your existing Windows 10 PC, head into Settings > Update and Security > Windows Insider Program
- Click the Get Started button and link the Microsoft account you used to join to be a Windows Insider.
- When prompted to pick your Insider settings, select the Release Preview ring.
- Confirm and consent to Microsoft’s terms, and afterward reboot your PC.
- Head back into Settings > Update and Security, and you should see another flag with the discretionary update to Windows 11.
- Click the download and install option and follow the prompts to get Windows 11 early.
When you’ve effectively upgraded to Windows 11, you would then be able to head into Settings > Windows Update and select “Stop getting preview builds” to unenroll from the see refreshes for Windows 11 and stay on the last form.
Microsoft has additionally released ISO documents for the last form of Windows 11, form 22000.194. You can download the ISO record, which will permit you to clean install Windows 11, from Microsoft’s Windows Insider site.
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