Are you ready for Windows 11? In the next 6 months, Microsoft will be giving users the option to upgrade their operating systems. When that happens, you will most likely see a message come up on your Windows Update screen letting you know that your new version of Windows is ready for downloading and installation. Tier3MD will be able to automate this update, however it is ultimately up to you whether or not you want to update your operating system. If the process is anything like it was for Windows 10, you will be able to accept the download then, or you’ll be able to put it off.

Before that happens, you’ll probably want to know whether to expect it, or whether you’ll have to get a new computer before you can run Windows 11. You’ll also want to decide whether it’s worth it to you. After all, operating systems upgrades can be a real hassle, even if your computer is compatible with the new software. You may have diagnostic software on your computer that will not run with Windows 11. You won’t know that until you try to run a test, and it fails.

At Tier3MD, we will do our best to work with Windows 11 before it hits your desktop so that we know if it is safe for you to download or not. There is a chance you may have to purchase a new computer, especially if you have upgraded already from version 7, but we will try to avoid you having to spend money as best we can. Microsoft removed its hardware compatibility software which doesn’t help us much!

Are you ready for Windows 11?

Is anyone ever ready for a Microsoft upgrade? It can be so troublesome and cause downtime, but in the end, it is a good thing. We have to be able to keep up with new products, hackers, security concerns, etc. and the best way to do that is to upgrade the operating system. You can only do so many Windows Updates before it is time to put in the new operating system. The problem I have with this is how processor intensive Windows 10 was, and now are at Windows 11. I guess we just have to wait and see.