Windows 11 is ready for broad deployment
Windows 11 is ready for broad deployment

In case you missed it, Microsoft announced that Windows 11 is now ready for broad deployment. Funny thing is, that in the announcement made, Microsoft is encouraging users to use a Microsoft account (MSA) while installing Windows 11. It seems, when I look at the Windows 11 installation process, it’s a matter of no choice.

However, let’s see if Windows 11 will show some growth in market share over Windows 10, now the OS update is available to everyone.

You must of course have the right hardware to install Windows 11 without using tricks to do so. So test first!

In case your system is not suitable for installing Windows 11, you can still use Windows 10 until 2025.

Microsoft: If you are using Windows 10, you can determine if your device is eligible for the upgrade using the PC Health Check app or checking Windows 11 specs, features, and computer requirements.

Note that you also need to be running Windows 10, version 2004 or later, and have no safeguard holds applied to your device. We encourage the use of a Microsoft Account (MSA) to get the most out of your Windows 11 experience.

Source: Microsoft