ASUS today officially announced its partnership with Microsoft to ensure users of new and existing ASUS PCs are primed for the launch of Windows 11 after it is available. According to Asus, hundreds of compatible ASUS devices will become eligible for a free upgrade to the new Windows 11 operating system after it becomes available, including the latest Zenbook models.
From today, all newly-purchased ASUS Windows 10 devices that are featured on this upgrade list, along with many existing eligible ASUS Windows 10 devices, will qualify for an upgrade after Windows 11 is released. Both existing users and new purchasers of Zenbook Pro Duo 15 OLED (UX582), Zenbook Duo 14 (UX482), Zenbook Flip 13 OLED (UX363), and Zenbook 13 OLED (UX325) models will all be eligible for an upgrade to Windows 11.
Hundreds of other ASUS models that shipped with Windows 10 will also qualify for a free upgrade to Windows 11, including ProArt Studiobook, Zenbook, and Vivobook laptops, ROG Strix, ROG Zephyrus, and ROG Flow gaming laptops, and TUF Gaming laptops and desktops. Many ExpertBook laptops and ExpertCenter desktops will also be eligible, along with many Zen AiO and Vivo AiO models and ASUS Mini PCs, the brand said in a media release.
If you have an Asus PC or laptop, download and install the PC Health Check app from Microsoft (Download here) to check your PC meets the requirements to run Windows 11. If you’re planning to buy a new Asus PC, check out this link to find out Windows 10 PCs that can upgrade for free after Windows 11 rolls out. According to Asus, the rollout plan is being finalized and is scheduled to begin late in 2021 and continue into 2022. More details will be shared after the Windows 11 launch later this year.