Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by jineso7341, Nov 17, 2022.
Shall I upgrade to windows 11 or not worth it?
I am using latest windows 10.
Is your device fully compatible with win11? Sure, go ahead. But there is a small learning curve if you've never played with it before.
If your device is already low end and barely runs windows 10, stay with windows 10.
Everything working on windows 10 as fine.
I am just curious to try it but thought to ask first.
I am on
Device name HP-Pavilion-G6
Processor Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-3632QM CPU @ 2.20GHz 2.20 GHz
Installed RAM 16.0 GB (15.9 GB usable)
and 2 SSD drives.
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Any way to bypass limitations?
Yes, check the sticky Win 11 threads.
This one can fix all win 11 ISOs (22000.xxx and 2262x.xxx):
Win 11 Boot And Upgrade FiX KiT
That it only works for ISO/WU upgrades not clean installs from boot.
If you want to go the ESD>ISO route, yes.
Sorry, forget about the activation, what is the recommended way to activate it, and get updates smoothly?
Does there is another way? I am curious!
Could it be activated using this AIO?
Yes, and by HWID, but if the current Windows 10 is already HWID activated, the Win 11 upgrade will be HWID activated by default (If it's the same SKU).
I've got this when I tried to run the Rufus to make the USB installation drive.
RUFUS is not needed for upgrades, upgrades don't need a bootable USB drive, just fix the ISO or run the TPM bypass script and mount or extract the ISO to a folder on the installed windows and run setup.exe.
I am always doing clean install, never did an upgrade at all.
The thread title suggests an upgrade.
Oh, you are right, my mistake. I am sorry for mis use the word, I mean using when I say upgrade.