Each version contains minor modifications that aid it in performing the responsibilities assigned to it by its users. That’s why knowing what version of Windows 11 you’re running and, more crucially, how to identify your Windows 11 version if you need to is critical.
This article will show you how to find your version of Windows 11.
Press Windows + I to open your settings.
Click on About. The version and build number of Windows 11 may be found there. If you need to save it to your clipboard, you may use the Copy button.
Use the keyboard shortcut Windows key + R to launch the Run dialog.
Type in winver and click OK.
This brings up the About Windows screen, which shows your Windows 11 version and build number.
Type Powershell in your Windows search bar.
Once you open the app, enter the following code and hit Enter:
Get-ComputerInfo | Select OsName, OSDisplayVersion, OsBuildNumber
Wait a few moments while it checks your Windows 11 version and build number.
It’s always useful to know what version of Windows 11 you’re using. Certain features may be expected that are only accessible in upgraded versions.
After you’ve double-checked your version, you should check for updates to guarantee you’re getting the most out of your Windows 11 computer.