Windows 11 Is Coming

Microsoft is starting to talk about their next version of Windows, and we may see it released in late 2021 or early 2022. Windows 11 will be a free upgrade for any computer running a legitimate copy of Windows 10.

But not all computers will be able to handle Windows 11. If you care to check your computer’s compatibility, Microsoft made this quick software tool for all to use. Download, run and open that program, and then click the big blue Check Now button.

If your computer is found to be Not Compatible with the upcoming Windows, no need to worry. Windows 10 will be supported through October 2025. And you’ll be welcome to use Windows 10 past that time, just as there are still some folks using Windows 7 in 2021.

For more general info on Windows 11, check out the intro page over at Microsoft.com.

2 Comments

  1. Bonnie

    Thanks! I had just heard something about Windows 11 and was starting to worry.

    • Jesse Mueller

      Let’s not worry yet. Upgrading to Windows 11 is a long way off (next year), and that’s IF your computer is eligible for it. Many computers (4 years and older) will not receive Windows 11 and will remain running Windows 10 for their lifespans.

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