Microsoft Begins To ‘Push’ Windows 11 To Windows 10 Users

Microsoft started releasing the KB5005463 update in Windows 10, automatically install software “PC Health Check” (PC Health Check Application), which is used to check if equipment is eligible for adoption Windows 11 and provide a sort of central for monitoring computer resources. Interestingly, the initiative will not be “pushed” to devices that already have the new OS (YOU).

The application can be a nuisance for customers who are already aware of the incompatibility of their machines with the new operating system or who just don’t want to switch to Windows 10 straight away. That said, the update is optional and the integrity program will update itself autonomously – users cannot disable this feature.

A Subtle Way to “Push” Windows 11

In addition to remembering minimum requirements, the software created in June 2021 brings together several tools scattered across the computer interface in one window, including the ability to view internal storage usage, track programs launched when the computer is turned on , battery usage and more.

The Tech Radar portal is analyzing Microsoft’s update as a method to promote use of the recent operating system and speculates that the company will make other decisions for this purpose in the future. Remember that Windows 10 is supported by the company until October 2025 and the “replacement” was released this month, so it may have bugs and performance issues.

If you have “PC Integrity Check” on your device, but you want to remove it, go to “Applications and Features” in the “Start” menu, search “PC Integrity Check” in the list of programs and use the “Uninstall” button.

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