Before beginning the installation process for Windows 11, make sure your system meets the minimum hardware requirements for running this operating system. You can check the system requirements for Windows 11 on Microsoft’s website. Once you’ve confirmed that your system meets the minimum requirements, you can follow the steps below to install Windows 11.
Produce a Windows 11 bootable DVD or USB drive. You can do this using the Windows Media Creation Tool, which you can download from Microsoft’s website. Once you’ve downloaded the tool, run it and follow the on-screen instructions to create a bootable USB drive or DVD. If you want to install Windows 10 we have already written an article in full detail.
To initiate the boot process from a bootable USB drive or DVD, you need to insert it into your computer and then restart the system.
As your computer boots up, press the appropriate key to access the boot menu. This key varies depending on your computer manufacturer and model, but it’s usually F2, F10, F11, F12, or Del.
Select the bootable USB drive or DVD from the boot menu and press Enter to boot from it.
The Windows 11 setup screen will appear. Select your language, time zone, and keyboard layout, and then click Next.
Click Install Now to begin the installation process.
Please proceed to the following step by reviewing and agreeing to the terms of the license, then select “Next”.
Select Custom installation and choose the partition where you want to install Windows 11.
To commence the installation procedure, kindly select “Next”. The duration of the process may vary depending on the specifications of your computer.
After the installation is finished, your computer will restart automatically.
Follow the on-screen instructions to set up your Windows 11 user account and customize your settings.
Congratulations, you have successfully installed Windows 11 on your computer!