Windows 7 computers cannot be directly upgraded to Windows 11 Windows

( Windows 7 users are forced to switch to Windows 10 before they are allowed to upgrade to Windows 11.

Although Windows 10 has been around for a long time, however, users still want stability and smoothness from the Windows 7 platform, so many users and businesses still operate on this “old” version of Windows. . But with positive changes from Windows 11 from interface to support features, many users also want to experience Microsoft’s new platform. According to a recent statistic, more than 65% of old Windows users will upgrade to Windows 11 when it is officially released later this year.

The familiar interface of the Windows 7 platform brings stability and smoothness to a large number of users

Microsoft shared, wanting a PC, laptop running Windows 7 cannot upgrade directly to Windows 11. The reason comes from the fact that PCs and laptops running Windows 7 are not provided with a method to upgrade data directly to Windows 11 Therefore, users have to switch to Windows 10 and then upgrade to Windows 11, or else, users are forced to reinstall completely if they want to upgrade from Windows 7 to Windows 11.


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