Windows 11 is now available for consumers and brings a number of design changes and exciting new features to the user experience.
Microsoft is rolling out the improved operating system in phases, the first of which has commenced today (October 5). While not all eligible PCs will be offered the upgrade straightaway, the plan is to fully complete this staggered deployment by mid-2022.
That being said, not every machine that is capable of running Windows 10 will meet the system requirements for Windows 11. For the latter, you will need 64GB of storage, 4GB of RAM, a 1GHz processor with 2 cores, a graphics card that is compatible with Direct X 12, and Trusted Platform Module (TPM) 2.0 support.