Windows 11 is coming soon and the most significant concern on many PC users’ minds ever since Microsoft revealed its first major OS upgrade in the past six years is: will my device be compatible? Unfortunately, there’s been some miscommunication about compatibility with devices since Microsoft’s major announcement of the new OS earlier in the summer. However, the simple solution is Windows 11 should work with all desktops and laptops by a blog post from the company.

The Microsoft tool to test the compatibility of devices – it’s PC Health Check application was not at par when Microsoft first introduced Windows 11 earlier this year (there were reports that it didn’t provide enough information regarding the reasons why their devices were not compatible) Microsoft decided to remove the app, and temporarily shut down the app.

However, Microsoft’s PC Health Check is now functioning and is in good working order. The application will inform you whether your system has the correct specifications to run Windows 11, and if it does not, it will inform you of the reason and provide information on how to get support.

But it’s not the only method to verify whether your device works in conjunction with Windows 11, which you’ll be capable of downloading at no cost when it becomes available. Check out the following article for all the ways to check Windows 11 device compatibility.

Since an expected Windows 11 release date is only a few days away (note, however, that it’s the result of a gradual release), It’s recommended to take a look at your PC. If your computer doesn’t meet the eligibility requirements, you could have to replace your computer in 2025, when Microsoft will be phasing off Windows 10 over the following years.

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Method 1: Download the Microsoft PC Health Check app to check if your system is capable of running Windows 11

Microsoft’s software is now accessible even if you’re not part of the Windows Insider program. Check these steps to determine whether your PC is compatible with the requirements of Windows 11.

1. Download Microsoft’s PC Health Check. First, download the file, accept the terms and conditions of service and then click on Install. Make sure that the box is ticked that says Open PC Health Check, and then click Close.

2. The page that appears says, “PC health at a glance.” On the top, the box reads “Introducing Windows 11.” Click Check now.

If your device isn’t compatible, you’ll see an error message saying, ” This PC doesn’t currently meet Windows 11 system requirements,” and further details are below.

If your computer can run Windows 11, you will be able to install Windows 11 for free. Windows 11 updates for free once it becomes available. Its official Windows 11 release date is set for Oct. 5; however, Microsoft plans a uni-directional rollout, and most devices won’t receive the update until 2022. If you’re a member of Microsoft’s Windows Insider Program, you can get an insider Preview build version right now.

Method 2: Try the WhyNotWin11 app to test Windows 11 compatibility

A free application known as WhyNotWin11 is an excellent option to replace the PC Health Check app. The Github application, developed by a non-affiliated developer with Microsoft, is a more appealing interface. Still, it will provide you with more details and details about the various compatibility issues. This is more info from TechRadar on how you can use it to check your device’s compatibility with Windows 11.

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