Now in its stable update.
Two days ago, Microsoft has released the first stable build of Windows 11 and is available as a FREE upgrade on compatible PCs and laptops.
To update, users can go to the Windows Update section in the settings. If your PC fits the requirements, then you are most likely be able to see that Windows 11 is available as a software update. Though, it depends upon you if you want to update, as it is recently released, despite being stable, there will still be stability and performance issues.
Alternatively, you can download the Windows 11 Assistant that works similarly to the one used for Windows 10. That link also gives you the choice of downloading the Windows 11 ISO image and installation media, if you’re installing Windows 11 elsewhere, like on unqualified PCs.
Windows 11 is a major overhaul of the Windows NT series of operating systems. The new OS brings a revamped UI, a much more simplistic interface and support for numerous Android Apps through the Amazon App Store. The OS also is more demanding, requiring 4GB RAM instead of the usual 1GB RAM that other versions, including Windows 10, have.