If your PC meets all requirements, you should see Windows 11 available as an update over the coming weeks, or you can download Microsoft's Windows 11 Download Assistant.
Microsoft is finally rolling out its much-awaited Windows 11 stable version to users worldwide. Users in the insider programs have already been testing the beta versions for a long time now. But with this stable new version, Windows 11 is officially the latest from Microsoft. This means that the new PCs with Windows 11 pre-installed are ready to buy. The new OS iteration from Microsoft is a free upgrade to Windows 10, and users worldwide are getting prompts to upgrade to the latest Windows 11.
There is a small PC health app from Microsoft which you can use to check if your system is compatible with Windows 11 or not. However, you can also install Windows 11 manually through a traditional ISO file if your PC health app shows any issues. There was also a lot of flak, as Microsoft's PC health app showed relatively new PCs incompatible with Windows 11.
If your PC meets all requirements, you should see Windows 11 available as an update over the coming weeks. The other option is to download Microsoft's Windows 11 Download Assistant. This will download the update for you, and then you can begin the installation process at your leisure. Windows 11 brings a visual refresh to the overall design, with a centered taskbar, updated start menu, and widgets, all new Microsoft store with Android App support coming later, DirectStorage, Auto HDR, and much more.