So many people have already upgraded to the Windows 11 beta version, some people are getting problems with Windows 11 updates. These updates are really important as they remove bugs and errors and also add new things to the Windows
But firstly, let’s see what is new in Windows 11 and when is the stable version coming?
Windows 11 offers a fairly simple design. It is modern, clean, and stunning. The start menu is now in the middle of the taskbar with all the pinned app, and there are all new fonts and icons, giving Windows a great visual appearance. So, if you want a clean, new look and want to explore new features then you should do this update.
That being said, Microsoft is preparing to release Windows 11; however, there is no official timetable for its release; nonetheless, sources claim that it will be released in October, most likely, and that existing Windows 7 and 10 customers will receive a free upgrade. Returning to our topic, let’s have a look at the fix.
Check your network connection.
Due to a weak network, updates are sometimes delayed. As a result, we advise that you verify your network speed and if at all feasible, utilize a LAN connection.
Limited storage space
There may be insufficient storage on your system, preventing the update from being saved entirely and causing this issue. so, double-check that your computer has enough storage.
However, if you have a strong network and adequate storage and are still having problems, take these steps to address the problem.
- To begin, look for Services in the start menu and click on it to launch the service manager.
- Locate and double-click on Windows Update.
- Select “Stop” from the service status.
- Now go to My PC and enter the Drive where your operating system is located (windows C).
- Go to software distribution and remove all of the files there.
- Return to services and start the Windows Update.
As a result, the problem will be resolved, and updates will begin to be installed.