How to Upgrade to the New Windows 11 OS

If you own a PC that runs on Windows 10 and want to upgrade to Windows 11, there are a few things you need to know. The new operating system is free for most users if they are running on a supported model of hardware. If you don’t have a supported model, you may see a watermark on the new Windows 11 operating system. The new operating system is very popular, and has received many positive reviews. However, if you aren’t happy with the new operating system, there are some ways you can downgrade to Windows 10 and avoid the watermark.

Before you upgrade to Windows 11, you should backup your files. You can use Windows Backup and Restore or some other backup software to do so. You should also download the latest Windows 11 OS by visiting the Settings option of your computer’s Control Panel. You can also open Windows Update from the Taskbar and search for “Check for Updates”.

The new Windows 11 operating system has a much cleaner interface, and it’s designed to be better for heavy multitaskers. Users will also appreciate the ability to create multiple virtual desktops, snap windows together, and use Focus assist.


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