Windows 11 Update

Windows 11 annoying bugs

Windows 11 is latest and greatest operating system from Microsoft. You can still use the old Windows 10 until the end of 2025, but we recommend upgrading sooner than later. Not all computers support it officially, but there are always ways around it 😉

Windows 11 is the only operating system by Microsoft that is going to be supported for years to come.

Most computers running Windows 10 can be upgraded to 11 - even if not officially supported.

If your computer is less than 5 years old and has a Solid State Drive, Windows 11 will perform really well!

If you are still using Windows XP, Vista, 7 or 8 - it's time to replace your computer!

Our typical turnaround time is one business day

Typical Cost

$ 150+

Bring your computer to us for a quote

Older Operating Systems and Security Updates

After Microsoft releases a new operating system, they support it for several years, usually up to 10 years

  • Windows XP - support ended in April of 2014. It was a real workhorse for many years. It's still being used for industrial applications and the military. Some companies still get updates but pay hundreds of thousands for the privilege!
  • Windows Vista - support ended in April of 2017. It was very different from Windows XP. It had too many annoying security pop-ups, wasn't compatible with a lot of old hardware, and usually ran too slow!
  • Windows 7 - support ended in January of 2020. There are no more security updates, making your compute more vulnerable to hackers, cyber criminals, and malware.
  • Windows 8 and 8.1 - support ended in January of 2023. However, both are probably the worst Operating Systems made by Microsoft! They have a very confusing interface and were originally designed for touchscreen laptops. The first time I used it, I couldn't even figure out how to shut down the computer!
  • Windows 10 - support is ending in October of 2025. The last feature update was released in the second quarter of 2022. It's still receiving security updates, but it won't be long before they stop!
Microsoft end of support timeline
Windows 7 end of life popup

How We Upgrade to Windows 11

Windows 10 can be upgraded to Windows 11 without losing your data and programs!

  1. We will check your computer specifications to make sure Windows 11 is compatible with your device. It runs very well on computers with a Solid-State Drive (SSD) and at least 8GB of RAM, although we recommend upgrading to 16GB.
  2. Most computer released in the last three to five years will be fully compatible. You can check yours by using the free app called WhyNotWin11
  3. Even if your computer isn't fully compatible, there are ways to upgrade unofficially. We've done it many times and haven't seen any issues.
  4. We will check your computer for physical issues, like running too hot, unusual sounds, broken parts, etc. You probably don't want to spend hundreds to end up having to replace the computer too soon!
  5. We highly recommend backing up your data, including documents, pictures, emails, bookmarks, etc, and can do it for you for an extra fee.
  6. We will install Windows 11, and you will get a digital activation license which allows to reinstall Windows 11 easily without needing the product key.
Windows 11 compatibility app checker

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