There are several ways to upgrade to Windows 11 from your Windows 10 system and if you don’t want to wait for the notification from Microsoft. Windows 11 Installation Assistant would be the best choice for you to upgrade to the latest Win 11.
Before going ahead, you should pay attention to 3 important things: only Windows 10 PCs with x64 processors could be supported (Windows 10, version 2004 or higher); check whether your PC meets the system requirements of Win 11; make sure you have a Windows 10 license and your PC has 9 GB of free disk space to download Windows 11.
Check your PCs’ compatibility
Please check whether your PC meet the minimum system requirements of Windows 11. And run the WhyNotWin11 tool to check check whether your PC is compatible with Windows 11 with only one-click.
Download and run Windows 11 Installation Assistant to upgrade Win 11
Step 1: Download it Windows 11 Installation Assistant from Microsoft website;
Step 2: Make sure you’re run with Administrator to Run Installation Assistant;
Step 3: Click Accept and install. If you PC is is compatible to run Windows 11, the Win11 installation assistant will automatically download and install Windows 11.
Step 4: Click Restart now to reboot your computer to finish the Windows 11 installation；
Note: Don’t turn off your PC manually as the installation may take a few minutes and will automatically restart it several times.