Announced last year, Windows 11 is only available for certain eligible devices, as Microsoft has updated the system requirements. In other words, not all Windows 10 devices are allowed to upgrade to Windows 11.
Just like in the case of Windows 10, the rollout of Windows 11 takes place in stages, and today, the Redmond-based software giant has confirmed that this process entered the final phase.
This means those devices that are eligible for the move to Windows 11 but haven’t yet received the operating system should be provided with the update rather sooner than later.
Target date: mid-2022
Microsoft has previously promised to complete the rollout of Windows 11 by mid-2022, and right now, it looks like the company is very likely to align with this original schedule.
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