Introducing Windows 11
Windows 11 is a smarter way for everyone to collaborate, share, and present- with the confidence of hardware-backed protections. Click here for more information.
Getting ready for the Windows 11 upgrade
Windows 11 is a new Windows experience, bringing you closer to what you love. With intuitive navigation and easy organization, Windows 11 has a whole new look, more apps, and efficient ways to be creative and productive. Click here to open a guide which will help you to get ready for Windows 11 and make the move.
See if your PC can upgrade to Windows 11
Find Windows 11 specs, features, and computer requirements. Check here to see if your current PC meets the requirements to run Windows 11.
What are the minimum hardware requirements for Windows 11?
The minimum hardware requirements are available here. Check for compatibility using the PC Health Check App.
How will I know if my dynabook PC Model is supported for upgrade to Windows 11?
Click here to see a list of dynabook Windows 10 PCs which can upgrade when Windows 11 rolls out.
NOTE: Upgrade rollout plan is being finalized and is scheduled to begin late in 2021 and continue into 2022. Specific timing will vary by device. Certain features require specific hardware.
dynabook Windows 11 Upgrade Information
Click here to open dynabook's Windows 11 upgrade information page for additional details.
What are the benefits of Windows 11 over Windows 10?
Windows 11 offers new productivity features and functionality designed to meet the challenges of the hybrid world. It has a completely refreshed look and feel that helps you get more done with less stress. Learn more about what's new at Windows.com/Windows-11.
How much does it cost to upgrade from Windows 10 to Windows 11?
It's free. Just note, that only Windows 10 PCs that are running the most current version of Windows 10 and meet the minimum hardware specifications will be able to upgrade. Check Settings / Windows Update to see if you have the latest updates for Windows 10 installed.
Can I move back to Windows 10 after I upgrade my Windows 10 PC if I don't like Windows 11?
Yes, once you have upgraded to Windows 11, you have 10 days to move back to Windows 10 while keeping files and data that you brought along with you. After that 10-day period, you will need to back up your data and do a "clean install" to move back to Windows 10.
How long does it take to upgrade to Windows 11?
Timing will vary, particularly based on internet speed. Downloading and installing Windows 11 will most likely take longer than a typical Windows 10 feature update. You can use your PC while you're downloading it and then you have the option to schedule the install to happen at a specific time when you aren't planning on using your PC.
What will happen to my files during the upgrade?
The default experience will be for files and data to move forward with the new installation. However, we always recommend that you back up files before installing a new Windows version. If you already sync your files to OneDrive, you may not need to take any additional action to create a backup.
For more info on getting started with OneDrive, see Upload and save files and folders to OneDrive.
Where can I find more information about Windows 11 for my business?
Learn more about Windows 11 for your business.
What is the TPM (Trusted Platform Module)?
Click here to open dynabook TPM 1.2, 2.0 and fTPM (firmware-based TPM) Information.
To learn more about TPM from Microsoft, please click here.
Learn more about Windows 11 from Microsoft
An upgrade differs from an update in that it moves your PC from a previous version of Windows -such as Windows 10- to Windows 11. Click here to open Microsoft's FAQ page, which is intended to answer questions about upgrading to Windows 11.
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