BEFORE you update to Windows 11 -  do these 5 things!

BEFORE you update to Windows 11 – do these 5 things!



BEFORE you update your Windows 10 to Windows 11 please make sure you do these 5 critical steps so that you don’t lose any data and have a smooth upgrade!

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27 thoughts on “BEFORE you update to Windows 11 – do these 5 things!

  1. About the final step, it would probably be best to use a USB installer of windows 11 (is there a media creation tool for win11?) Then you won't have to worry about your internet going out. After all it's possible your network adapter might not work in Windows 11 until it has a new driver.

  2. These steps are too much of a hassle. I received this message in windows 10's System Update section saying' "Great news—your PC meets the minimum system requirements for Windows 11' Specific timing for when it will be offered can vary as we get it ready for you" I'm hesitant to do the upgrade because i don't know if something does go wrong. I hope the window 11's free upgrade remains free at least until they stop supporting Windows 10. Windows 10 came out in 2015 but it feels as thought it came out yesterday' geez time files. Also since Windows 10 is going to be supported til 2025 according to you' i rather not rush to upgrade especially since i don't know which windows 10 features are excluded to windows 11.

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