Users can get a free upgrade to Windows 11 two weeks before the official launch through the Release Preview testing channel, The Verge writes. The system is scheduled to officially launch on October 5.
How to update the system:
Check your computer's compatibility with Windows 11 by downloading the Microsoft PC Health app.If the computer is supported, you need to register on Microsoft's website as a member of the Windows Preview program.
On a Windows 10 PC, go to Settings > Update and Security > Windows Pre-Assessment Program.
Select "Start" and link the Microsoft account you used to register as a tester.When prompted to select Preview program settings, select Release Preview.
Confirm and accept Microsoft's terms and conditions, then reboot your computer.Go back to Settings > Update and Security, where the banner with the upgrade to Windows 11 should appear.
Select "Download and Install" and then follow the instructions.
After upgrading to Windows 11, you can go to Settings > Windows Update Center and select "Stop receiving pre-builds" to unregister for Windows 11 pre-release updates and stay with the final version.
Microsoft has also released ISO files to install the final version of Windows 11, build number 22000.194.