There are a few reasons why your computer cannot upgrade to the new Windows 11 operating system. One of them is that the system you are using does not support the new operating system. If you are experiencing this error, there are several steps you can take to resolve the issue. Before you begin, make sure to back up important data before performing the upgrade.
First, check the hardware on your PC. The system cannot upgrade to the new operating system if there is an error with the processor. Windows 11 requires a processor with a TPM 2.0 chip. If your processor does not support Windows 11, you can try to upgrade to a different model.
Second, you should make sure that your boot drive has enough free space. For the Windows 11 upgrade process to work properly, you need to have at least 16 GB of free space. For 64-bit operating systems, this will increase to 20 GB. If your hard drive has less than 16 GB of free space, you may need to add additional storage space to your PC.
Next, you can upgrade your operating system manually. If you want to upgrade your PC to the latest version, you can either use the Microsoft Windows 11 Installation Assistant or download the updates manually. Alternatively, you can create a DVD or USB installer. This way, you can manually install the Windows 11 operating system and avoid having to spend a lot of money.