New update: Windows 11 is now available to More PCs

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On October 5, Windows 11 embarked on the process of releasing compatible and eligible PCs. The release indicates that they have expanded their reach, thus, allowing more users to enjoy Windows 11. 

Windows 11 reach enhanced

Microsoft further claims that they are making use of their latest generation machine learning model. This is in line with increasing their reach in terms of the number of compatible devices. 

The Windows health dashboard also is due for an update. Users are therefore encouraged to upgrade their devices to Windows 11. This way you will be able to enjoy and access the latest features as well as advanced protection from security threats and breaches. 

However, we are yet to determine the actual number of PCs that will be eligible for the Windows 11 upgrade. If you have been anticipating the Windows 11 release, you can go to the Settings app of your Windows 10 and have a sneak peek. 

Windows 11 eligible devices

The Windows 11 roll out to eligible devices is quite gradual. In the sense that, PCs that meet a few of the Windows 11 requirements may not be at the top of the list for those getting the upgrade. 

Microsoft has gone the extra mile with the Windows health dashboard. The Windows health dashboard informs the users of the compatibility of their device with the new operating system. 

Recently, Microsoft began installing the app by force on all Windows 10 users. Although, you can uninstall it when you please.

Windows 11 is expected to complete the roll out of the new OS by mid-2022. Ofcourse, newer PCs will benefit from the upgrade first. The rest will follow depending on the hardware and age of your device.

Is your PC eligible for the new Windows 11 upgrade? Let us know in the comment section below. 

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