Windows 11 News: Bad news came today for the Windows 11 upgrade, which is eagerly awaited by those who use the old version of Windows. The upgrade will be free but…
Immediately after the premiere of Windows 11, Microsoft announced that computers running Windows 10 whose hardware components meet the requirements of the new operating system will receive a free upgrade to Windows 11. However, there was no detailed explanation for the Windows 11 upgrade. After this announcement of Microsoft, which caused question marks in the head, a statement came from the Lenovo front today.
Windows 11 upgrade will ask for clean install
Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 users will be able to upgrade their computers to Windows 11 for free. However, this upgrade will not be like in Windows 10. No applications or settings from the old operating system will be transferred to Windows 11 during this upgrade. So those using Windows 7, 8 and 8.1 will have to do a clean install.
Those using the Windows 10 version will be able to install the new update just like an ordinary OTA update. However, our advice to you is to do a clean install when switching to a new version, no matter what version of Windows you are using. Microsoft, which changed many things with Windows 11, no matter how smoothly the OTA update offers, the tweaks you have made on the PC before may cause problems in the new version. Therefore, it will be healthier to format the PC and make a clean installation.
Windows 11 is said to be a fresh start for Microsoft. Allegedly, the innovations shown at the event are just the tip of the iceberg. The new version, which will appear with the final version at the end of the year, will be more fluent and more functional with updates. The new Windows version, which is similar to macOS in terms of design, will rise to a level that can compete with its rival in terms of security.