Wanting to update your computer to Windows 11, but you see the following error, “This PC Doesn’t Currently Meet All the System Requirements for Windows 11”? Unfortunately, the brand new Windows 11 operating system isn’t available to all Microsoft users.
However, if your computer is compatible, yet you’re still seeing the error, here’s why:
A new issue in the media creation tool and Windows update is restricting suitable customers from switching to Windows 11.
As the issue is prevalent when using the Media Creation tool or Windows update, the known fix is to simply use another upgrade method from Microsoft.
We recommend you start with the new Installation Assistant from Microsoft which is a dedicated utility developed to help you easily upgrade from Windows 10 to Windows 11.
You can use this comprehensive guide from us to use the Installation Assistant to update your OS directly. You will need a working internet connection to update using the same.
If Update Assistant doesn’t seem to fit your requirements or if it presents you with the same error, then we recommend you use a Windows 11 ISO instead. Microsoft has also released dedicated ISOs for the new OS and you can upgrade using the same by following this guide.Source: Nerdschalk
Go to the Microsoft Website
If you head over to the Microsoft website and scroll down close to the bottom of the page, you’ll find “Check for compatibility”. From there, they give you the option of downloading what’s called the PC health check app.
Several users may see the “Error” message. Thankfully, you will still be able to receive Windows 10 updates. Also, keep in mind that the Windows 10 OS’s end-of-life date isn’t until 2025.
If you have any questions regarding Windows 11, call us at 1-800-620-5285. Karls Technology is a nationwide computer service company with offices in many major cities. This blog post was brought to you by our staff at the Phoenix Computer Repair Service. If you need computer repair in Phoenix, AZ please call our local office at (602) 445-9862.