Family, friends, passions, music, creation… Windows 11 has everything you love. With a whole new interface and new tools that make your experience easier to make you more efficient, Windows 11 meets your present and future needs.
System requirements for the update
Here are the system requirements to update to Windows 11
1 GHz (gigahertz) or more, with 2 or more cores on-a compatible 64-bit processor or System on a Chip (SoC)
64 GB or more
UEFI, Secure Boot compatible
TPM version 2.0
DirectX-12 or higher with WDDM 2.0-driver
HD display larger than 9 ” diagonal, 8 bits per color
A Microsoft account and an internet connection
You can also download PC Health Check to check if your laptop meets the system requirements. You can also click on the link https://msi.gm/Windows11 and check the laptop compatibility list.
Do you know the TPM module?
The most significant difference between Windows 11 and previous versions is the use of TPM 2.0.
All MSI laptops with a 10th and 11th generation Intel processor already have a TPM 2.0. So you don’t have to worry!
In the event that your laptop’s TPM 2.0 is disabled, this is what you will see after launching the PC Health checker application.
Stuck in TPM
If you experience this problem, you must enable TPM 2.0 in the BIOS to continue. You can refer to the tutorial video of updating to Windows 11 to know the method to follow.
Back up your data before starting the update You never know what can happen during a major update. It is therefore very important to back up all your data before starting the update to Windows 11.
To back up your data, you can use your external storage devices or cloud space. For the factory image of the operating system, you must prepare a key with a free space of at least 32 GB. Note that all data stored in the key will be erased.
Connect the USB drive to your laptop, open the MSI Center software, select “Support”, “MSI Recovery” and follow the instructions given in MSI Center.
Let’s launch the Windows 11 update Go to the Windows start menu and click on the wheel icon. Click on “Settings”. Let’s update to Windows 11
The Windows 10 settings page opens. Now click on “Update & Security” option to open “Windows Update” page. Windows Update
Click on the “Check for updates” button to have the system search for new updates. Check for Updates
Scroll through the list of updates found. If you find the Windows 11 update, select this option and click “Download and install.” click download to Install
If the above option did not appear, you can also try downloading the installation wizard or the ISO file from the Windows 11 Download page . Please note that if you are not familiar with the update procedure given above, it is best to wait until you receive the Microsoft Windows 11 automatic update notification. Are you missing something after updating to Windows 11? After successfully installing Windows 11, we recommend that you check if any drivers or other items are missing.
To do this, you can use the Live Update tool that you will find on the “Support” page. You can use the Live Update function
Now that the update is complete, all you have to do is enjoy your laptop and Windows 11!