Windows PC Health Check gives you quick access to the health of your computer and can check if you can run Windows 11.
Windows PC Health Check shows you your PC's available memory, RAM, hard drive, and age. You can see the storage capacity percentage, startup time, last Windows Update, and backup & sync status.
When we added Windows PC Health Check, it's not much as System Information tools go, but it's an easy way to see if your computer can run Windows 11. (Hint: If you're using Windows 10, it probably can). Click on Check now, where you see Introducing Windows 11.
Windows PC Health Check said we couldn't upgrade to Windows 11 on a month-old computer. This is because Windows 11 requires TPM and Secure Boot in your UEFI (BIOS). We don't expect this requirement to be final as part of Windows 11 initially, but we're waiting to hear from Microsoft.
We recommend the freeware WhyNotWin11, which does what Microsoft should have here.
If you're looking for a complete System Information tool, check out all of our free System Information apps here, or try one of our similar links below.
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