Reviving this old thread with some questions, hope anybody can answer...
How long will it last the "free upgrade"? My plan is wait until the last month and then upgrade my computer, so if I upgrade my computer I could get my Windows 10 license to that computer and then upgrade it to 11.
Have requirements changed from the published ones? My wife and I have "unsupported" CPUs (they're not included on the official compatible CPU list), a Ryzen 5 1600X and a Ryzen 3 1200. Strangely, my wife computer is ready to upgrade to Windows 11 (that's the Ryzen 5) but mine still says that can't be upgraded (Ryzen 3). The main difference is that her computer runs Windows 10 Pro but mine is Windows 10 Home. Maybe Windows 11 requirements are not as strict for Pro versions (because they're mainly installed on business)? Or maybe requirements have changed and now Ryzen 5 is accepted as valid CPU?
Is the AMD issue solved? There are reports that AMD CPUs are underperforming... that's amazing after all that time that Intel expent with Microsoft fine-tuning Windows 11 (yes, that's sarcasm). Is that issue solved or do they have a roadmap to solve it?
Do Windows 11 readyness prevents Windows 10 upgrade? My computer showed a week ago the Windows 10 21H2 upgrade, but my wife's computer only shows the Windows 11 upgrade. Maybe Microsoft hides that update to "suggest" users going into 11?
Is there anything more that I should have to be aware before going into 11? Any answer would be appreciated.
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