Will Microsoft lower the minimum system requirements for Windows 11?  Probably not

Will Microsoft lower the minimum system requirements for Windows 11? Probably not

WindowsDuring the presentation of Windows 11, the list of minimum requirements needed to install Microsoft’s new operating system left several users perplexed: in addition to the presence of TPM 2.0, Windows 11 needs an Intel processor eighth generation, AMD Ryzen Zen 2, Qualcomm Snapdragon 850 or newer. Some Windows 10 users who have joined the Windows Insider program, specifically on the Release Preview channel, and with hardware not supported by Windows 11 have however noticed that, in the operating system settings, the ability to switch to Windows 11: however, immediately stop the enthusiasm, since the same company declared, via its Twitter profile, that it was simply a bug.

Users initiated with Windows 10 (and who cannot upgrade to Windows 11) should actually receive preview updates related to their operating system: however, it seems that with the release of Windows 11 version 22H2 , Microsoft has caused confusion, showing the update also for hardware is not actually supported. The Redmond company is therefore not lowering the requirements for Windows 11, and at this stage it is unlikely to do so in the future.

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