Windows 11: Wondering if you really need to upgrade? Here’s what to consider

Windows 11 started to roll out to eligible devices Oct. 5, marking the unofficial sunset for Windows 10. But you’ll have some time to decide when to make the jump: Microsoft’s gradual rollout means not every Windows 10 device was able to upgrade on Day One. However, the company has announced that Windows 10 support will end in 2025, so there is a time limit on the decision, albeit a lengthy one.

If you’re wondering how long you actually have to make the switch to Windows 11 and how long you can safely wait before updating, you’ve come to the right place. I’ll also explain how to download Windows 11, how to tell whether your computer is compatible and who gets the update for free. Read on for everything you need to know about the end of Windows 10 support and prepping for Windows 11.
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