Microsoft’s latest operating system Windows 11 has gone live and users are getting its stable updates. Users can install Windows 11 on their laptops or PCs through the official upgrade method or through clean boot. However, like other Windows upgrades, there are some bug in Windows 11, due to which some users want to return to Windows 10. Many users are also facing problem in upgrading the OS.
Users facing problems in installation
Windows Latest has reported in its report that many users on Reddit are writing about problems related to Windows 11 installation. Users complain that they are seeing error messages while installing Windows 11. This is also happening with users whose devices have compatible hardware. The problem with the installation is coming due to a bug, which can be fixed.
Error appears after 71 percent installation
A user on Reddit wrote that after the Windows 11 installation was about 71 percent complete, it showed an error message. Several users made similar complaints and wrote that they were shown 0x8007007f error code during installation. Microsoft has not said anything about this bug so far and it is not clear whether or not an official fix will be released or when it will come.
Users can do this to fix bugs
Some users have stated in the threads that they rebooted their PC and ran the installation assistant in admin mode to fix the bug and this method might come in handy. Apart from this, users can also try manual installation by downloading the ISO file from the company’s official website. Apart from installation bugs, networking bugs and File Explorer memory leaks have also been reported in Windows 11.
Microsoft has specified minimum requirements for the Windows 11 OS, which include a compatible 64-bit processor, at least 4GB of RAM, and 64GB of storage. Apart from this, UEFI Secure Boot, graphics requirements and TPM 2.0 should also be in the system. Earlier, Intel chipsets older than 2017 were not included in the list of compatible processors and some CPUs were included in the list later. If your computer isn’t compatible, it won’t get the new stable update.