Oct 05 2021 11:51 AM
Oct 05 2021 11:51 AM
Hello! I have a question about Windows 10 upgrading to Windows 11.
I have noticed that on my PC, a Lenovo IdeaPad L340, that runs Windows 10, has the capabilities to run Windows 11. When I checked for updates, the message saying that I can upgrade to Windows 11, wasn't there. The PC Health Check app said my PC can run Windows 11.
I'm a little confused. Anyone know why this is happening & how to troubleshoot it? I tried rebooting my device & that did nothing. There is an update that is available for Windows 10, but when I rebooted my device, it said "Working on updates" so is that why Windows 11 isn't available? Thanks in advance!
Oct 06 2021 04:28 AM
Oct 06 2021 06:55 AMSolution
This is a standard notification - which everyone receives , installing Windows11 will happen automatically no need to speed it up .
Oct 06 2021 09:26 AM
Oct 06 2021 09:48 AM
Oct 06 2021 12:39 PM
Oct 06 2021 01:36 PM
Just download it and don't wait for windows updates. You can download it from MSFT directly at https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windows11
Nov 23 2021 09:20 AM
Can you please help me? I have the same laptop but I still haven't received the update.
Nov 24 2021 03:46 AM
HI I think the easiest way will be to download the update assistant, it will prepare the components for installation - just download - your settings and files will remain unchanged.
This assistant is for those who wish to:
Upgrade a Windows 10 PC to Windows 11.
Before you begin, check to see if the following conditions apply to you:
You have a Windows 10 license.
Your PC must have Windows 10, version 2004 or higher installed to run Installation Assistant.
Your PC meets the Windows 11 device specifications for upgrade requirements and supported features. Certain features require additional hardware. We also recommend that you visit your PC’s manufacturer’s website for information about updated drivers and hardware compatibility.
Your PC must have 9 GB of free disk space to download Windows 11. "