Microsoft again pushes for Windows 11, users on Windows 10 Build 19045.4233 to be affected

Only eligible PCs will receive the upgrade invite

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microsoft Windows 11 push Build 19045.4233

Microsoft recently rolled out Build 19045.4233 in the Release Preview Channel for Windows 10. The update both introduces new features and functionality to the OS as well fix existing issues.

Window Spotlight and more information on the lock screen were the key highlights of the latest build. But what caught our attention was this note in Microsoft’s official blog:

When you sign in, you might see a message that invites you to upgrade to Windows 11. This message only appears if your device is eligible for an upgrade. Note this feature might not be available to all users because it will roll out gradually.

So, PCs eligible for the latest iteration running Windows 10 Build 19045.4233 may see another upgrade prompt. Even on previous occasions, Microsoft sent upgrade alerts to Windows 10 users.

It’s evident that Microsoft is leaving no stone unturned to increase Windows 11 adoption. In recent months, countless AI-powered features have been introduced on the latest iteration of the OS. But the Windows 11 market share isn’t picking up as quickly as it should!

As per Statcounter, Windows 11’s market share currently stands at 28.18%, while that of Windows 10 is 67.23%. Surprisingly, last month, Windows 10 onboarded more users than the latest iteration. The rise was 0.79% for the former compared to a feeble 0.33% for Windows 11.

These figures should concern Microsoft because, with Windows 10 nearing the End of Support (EoS), it would want users to upgrade to Windows 11.

If your PC doesn’t support Windows 11, there are other available upgrade options that are perfectly reasonable!

Why do you think the Windows 11 adoption rate is so poor? Share with our readers in the comments section.

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