As shown in the following: Windows 11 vs. Windows 10 Functionality: Games and Apps
Before you begin, make sure you have:an Internet connection (your ISP may charge a fee). There is sufficient data storage available on your computer, USB, or external drive on which you upload the .iso file. A blank DVD of at least 8GB (and burn to DVD) to create a bootable disc. We recommend using a blank USB or DVD, as any content will be removed during installation. If you get the message "The disc file is too large" when trying to burn a bootable DVD to an ISO file, use a high-capacity dual-layer DVD.
Make sure the computer you want to install Windows 11 on:has a 64-bit CPU: Windows 11 runs only on 64-bit CPUs. To get to know your computer, go to Settings > System > About or search for "Windows System" in Windows and search for "System type". Meets System Requirements: Not all Windows 10 devices are eligible for Windows 11 upgrade. See Windows 11 device specifications for upgrade requirements and supported features. Some features require additional hardware. We also recommend visiting your computer manufacturer's website for updated drivers and hardware compatibility. Warning: It is not recommended to install Windows 11 Media on a computer that does not meet the minimum system requirements for Windows 11 and may cause compatibility issues. If you continue to install Windows 11 on a computer that does not meet the requirements, that computer will not be supported and will not have the right to receive updates. The manufacturer does not cover damage to the computer due to incompatibility.
You can use the Windows 11 Compatibility Tool to check.
Once the download is complete, you can use the Verify Download option to ensure the file's integrity. Installation Instructions (DVD):Find the folder where you downloaded ISO 11 Windows. To use Windows Disk Image Burner to create an installation DVD, right-click on the ISO file and select Properties. On the General tab, click Change... where it says Opens With and select Windows Explorer. Select an application. This allows you to view the burning disc image when you right-click on the ISO file. To use a third-party DVD burning software, you can right-click the ISO file and select Open With.
ISO Instructions:If you want to install Windows 11 directly from an ISO file without using a DVD or USB drive, you can do so by installing an ISO file. This will upgrade your current operating system to Windows 11. To install the ISO file: Go to the place where you downloaded the ISO file. Then, right-click on the ISO file and select Properties. On the General tab, click Change ke that says Opens with: and select Windows Explorer for the application you want to open ISO files and select appApply. Right-click on the ISO file and select selectMount. . This creates a "virtual" bootable disk. Double click on it to see the files inside. Double click to start Windows 11. Read more
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