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Microsoft sets the minimum requirements for Windows 11: More CPUs are supported

Microsoft succumbs to criticism, and some older systems are supported 1 minute. Read

The list of processors compatible with Windows 11 will be expanded to include some older models. Even those who still do not meet the minimum requirements should be able to install Windows 11 using a workaround.

At the end of June, Microsoft released a file Minimum requirements for a new Windows version It received a lot of criticism. To upgrade to Windows 11 was At least 8th generation Intel processor from 2018 or a AMD Ryzen-2000-CPU Processor Introduction, which also excludes many users of systems that are no longer very outdated. In addition, a TPM-chip (Trusted Platform Module), which is not usually available, especially on specially compiled systems.

Tools like WhyNotWin11 tell you if your system is ready for Windows 11

Microsoft is now responding to this criticism and Changes requirements for Windows 11. The minimum requirements themselves remain largely unchanged, however, there will be TPM 2.0, UEFI Secure Boot, 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage are still required.. but the Previous List of Compatible 64-bit Processors Now being expanded to some 7th generation Intel models (Intel Core X series and Xeon W series) and Intel Core 7820HQ expanded.

Microsoft is also adapting the tool computer health check Which so far only indicates whether or not the system is ready for Windows 11. In the future, users will also find out here if they can meet the requirements simply by activating Secure Boot or TPM 2.0. This provides more detailed information about the parts of your computer that stand in the way of upgrading to Windows 11 open source software Why don’t you win 11 by Robert Mehl.

But even those who still do not meet the minimum requirements are not necessarily excluded: Microsoft has announced that it will not prevent installations of Windows 11 on older PCs. For this workaround, you must install the new Windows version manually using the ISO file instead of Windows Update.

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