Windows 11 was released on 5/10/21 on newly built laptops and computers. Although some old and existing stock in shops may still have Windows 10 installed but advertised with a free upgrade to Windows 11 when available.

Existing Windows Users

To check compatibility, click on the “Check for updates” button under the “Settings” Heading. On unsupported PCs, you’ll get a direct message from Windows Update explaining the compatibility status of the PC, In the below example, the PC is not compatible with Windows11.

For existing Windows 10 users there is a Windows 11 PC Health Check app that scans your computer to see if it's eligible for the major Windows update.

This tool is available under the following web address -:

We are offering for customers that have computers from 2018 onwards, a Windows 11 upgrade service, call us for further details.

So you have just bought a new computer or home and business use, should you get the computer setup professionally or is it easy enough to do yourself?

Since the launch of Windows 10 back in July 2015, Microsoft has been adamant that this was its last version of its popular Windows operating system.

I often get asked if it’s worth upgrading my current computer or whether to buy a new one instead. There is no wrong or right to this question and the answer depends on lots of variables

The type of storage your computer uses matters for performance, including power usage and reliability. Solid state drives (SSDs) and hard disk drives (HDDs) are the two main storage options to consider