Windows 11 available on October 5

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  1. Steve C's Avatar
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       #20

    I have Windows 11 on my non-compliant 2014 Dell laptop dual booting with Windows 10 and haven't been kicked out of Windows 11. In fact, Windows Update installed the latest build.
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  2. ThrashZone's Avatar
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       #21

    Steve C said:
    I have Windows 11 on my non-compliant 2014 Dell laptop dual booting with Windows 10 and haven't been kicked out of Windows 11. In fact, Windows Update installed the latest build.
    Hi,
    Sounds like you're on borrowed time
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  3. Bree's Avatar
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       #22

    Steve C said:
    I have Windows 11 on my non-compliant 2014 Dell laptop dual booting with Windows 10 and haven't been kicked out of Windows 11. In fact, Windows Update installed the latest build.
    Did you get your 11 by signing up to Insiders? Or did you do as I did and install from a UUPDmp ISO? Only Insiders are being 'kicked out', my seriously non-compliant W11 machine (1st gen i5, Legacy/MBR) just got the CU for 22000.176.
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  4. Posts : 74
    Windows 10 v 21H1 Home 64-bit
       #23

    "my home PC doesn't meet the requirements (TPM 2.0)." Is in quotes because that's exactly where I am. Can someone give instructions on how to get TPM 2.0 onto our home PC's. I need "K.I.S.S." instructions. Step by step? Or click and go. Morgan Bilbo, Windows 10 vs 21H1.
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  5. ThrashZone's Avatar
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    MorganBilbo said:
    "my home PC doesn't meet the requirements (TPM 2.0)." Is in quotes because that's exactly where I am. Can someone give instructions on how to get TPM 2.0 onto our home PC's. I need "K.I.S.S." instructions. Step by step? Or click and go. Morgan Bilbo, Windows 10 vs 21H1.
    Hi,
    Win-10 is up to 21h2
    Media creation tool can create a iso of it.
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  6. Bree's Avatar
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       #25

    MorganBilbo said:
    "my home PC doesn't meet the requirements (TPM 2.0)." Is in quotes because that's exactly where I am. Can someone give instructions on how to get TPM 2.0 onto our home PC's. I need "K.I.S.S." instructions. Step by step? Or click and go. Morgan Bilbo, Windows 10 vs 21H1.

    That may or may not be possible. Without knowing the make, model and processor of your PC it's impossible to say. Only PCs built in the last two or three years are likely to meet all the Windows 11 requirements.

    If yours is a recent model then we'd need to know the exact make and model to say if it's possible, and if so provide instructions. Please fill in your profile's system specs here: https://www.tenforums.com/profile.php?do=extra

    If your PC cannot upgrade to Windows 11, then all is not lost. Windows 10 is in support until 14 October 2025 and the next feature update, 21H2, is due to be released shortly.
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  7. Posts : 1,430
    Windows 10 Pro 64bit 20H2 19042.844
       #26

    So if 21H2 releases sometime soon, Should i install it on the System that is 100 percent Windows 11 Compatible, or should i just wait for 11 to Release, then do clean install of Windows 11 as planned

    Laptop i plan on updating to Windows 10 21H2 soon as available

    and other household system
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  8. Bree's Avatar
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       #27

    AMDMan2016 said:
    So if 21H2 releases sometime soon, Should i install it on the System that is 100 percent Windows 11 Compatible, or should i just wait for 11 to Release, then do clean install of Windows 11 as planned...

    Come the release date Microsoft will start offering the upgrade to W11 through Windows Update on compatible machines. The rollout will be phased so not all machines will see it offered on day one. From the link in post #1:
    Microsoft said:
    The free upgrade to Windows 11 starts on October 5 and will be phased and measured with a focus on quality. Following the tremendous learnings from Windows 10, we want to make sure we’re providing you with the best possible experience. That means new eligible devices will be offered the upgrade first. The upgrade will then roll out over time to in-market devices based on intelligence models that consider hardware eligibility, reliability metrics, age of device and other factors that impact the upgrade experience....
    I wouldn't recommend installing an Insider build of W11 this close to release. I'd say wait until it's released, then maybe wait until it's offered to you.
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  9. Posts : 1,430
    Windows 10 Pro 64bit 20H2 19042.844
       #28

    Yeah not gonna install an Insider build this close to release, gonna wait either til it's offered--then get the Media Creation tool, and then do clean install as i normally do on big releases
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  10. Bree's Avatar
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       #29

    AMDMan2016 said:
    Yeah not gonna install an Insider build this close to release, gonna wait either til it's offered--then get the Media Creation tool, and then do clean install as i normally do on big releases
    That's the sensible approach.

    I've been playing with the Insider builds (courtesy of UUPDump) for a while now on one of my machines. But come the release I'm going to wipe the machine its on, restore a W10 system image, then wait for the real thing to be offered in Windows Update. It's a fully compliant late 2020 laptop, so I don't expect I'll have to wait for long.
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