When Microsoft released Windows 11, it revealed the list of restricted devices that this system will support. With strict assumptions when it comes to TPM 2.0 and Safe Boot, there has been doubt about which processors will be able to power this system.
Now the software giant has come to reveal more information and unlock a host of supported devices, with the news. The biggest one is that it won’t prevent Windows 11 from being installed on a PC with outdated hardware.
Yesterday was rich with Microsoft news for Windows 11. Software giant Uncover new list Supported processors, including Intel and AMD majors. There were some doubts that have now been clarified.
The most important was support for the seventh generation of Intel processors, which we have now seen Part of the list is supported. On the part of AMD, the news is not good, since the first generation of the ZEN line will be excluded from official support.
At the same time that he revealed these new requirements, Microsoft also ended up revealing important news to everyone who thought they were left out. The company revealed that it will not prevent installation on older devices owned by users.
The idea of giving this opening is related to the need to test this system in companies and other environments. The way to do this would be by installing directly from the ISO of that system and having TPM 2.0 and secure boot still mandatory.
To help users, Microsoft has also brought a file New version of your assessment tool From Windows 11 Support. This now contains more useful information and a clearer indication of issues you might encounter when installing Windows 11.
This is great news for anyone looking to install Windows 11 on older, presumably unsupported devices. It opens the door to a wider use of this new Microsoft system, which consequently loses part of its limitations that prevent users.
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