AdDuplex has released its 2021 Windows adoption report for the month of November. The data shows that the Windows 11 user count has increased significantly, nearly doubling compared to last month.
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Microsoft announced today that it is going to accelerate the Windows 11 rollout to eligible PCs due to positive feedback. It also announced the GA of Windows 10 21H2 update which begins today.
Users are reporting that Windows 11 installs are failing on their systems with error codes that read "0x8007007f" or "0x800F0830 - 0x20003". Luckily, there seems to be an easy fix for the first one.
Microsoft officially announces a TPM bypass registry hack that allows users on unsupported PCs to upgrade to Windows 11. The hack has existed for some time and was earlier packaged by a GitHub dev.
A large-scale survey of around 30 million PCs from among 60,000 organizations has shown that the majority of such devices aren't ready for Windows 11 as they do not fulfill the system requirements.
A sample survey conducted among adult PC users in the U.S. shows nearly two-thirds of them being unaware of Windows 11. And more than a third of the people were unsure of what they like about it.
Microsoft will start offering Windows 11 to qualifying devices on October 5. As it is a staggered rollout, it may take some time before it is offered to you, but you can get the RTM today if you want.
Microsoft has re-released the PC Health Check app, but now you must be signed in and registered as a Windows Insider in order to download it. it adds support for some 7th-gen Intel CPUs.
Microsoft has posted a blog clarifying its stance on the system requirements for Windows 11. The firm will also test the OS on seventh-gen Intel and Zen 1 AMD CPUs to consider supporting those chips.