Windows 11 has formally been declared. It will be some time before a steady delivery is accessible however for those that are intrigued and have an extra laptop lying around, you can check out the pre-discharge version. It is muddled if the redesign from Windows 10 to Windows 11 will be free or not.
System compatibility Windows 11
Microsoft has delivered a rundown of the least equipment necessities to run Windows 11. They’re not very overbearing and that implies most systems that can run Windows 10 will actually want to run Windows 11.
These requirements are;
- Processor: 1 gigahertz (GHz) or faster with at least 2 centers
- Memory: 4 GB RAM
- System firmware: UEFI, Secure Boot competent
- TPM Trusted Platform Module (TPM) version 2.0 (how to check TPM)
- Illustrations card DirectX 12 viable designs/WDDM 2.x
- Display: Larger than 9 inches with least 720p resolution
For specific highlights, you can check out the nitty-gritty rundown and see what equipment is required for a specific component. In light of the rundown over, the 4 GB RAM prerequisite may be what rejects most systems from moving up to Windows 11.
Windows 11 Health check app
A while ago when Windows 10 was delivered, Microsoft permitted users to check if their system was viable with the new OS or not through the overhaul tool. It has been delivered and afterward eliminated, the Health Check App. It performs a compatibility check on your system to check whether it will run Windows 11.
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Microsoft has eliminated it however you can in any case get it from here.
- Download the Health Check app.
- Run the MSI file and install it.
- Open the app and click Check Now.
Microsoft took the Health Check app down because numerous users grumbled that it was giving erroneous outcomes. My own tests showed that my system isn’t viable with Windows 11 because the processor doesn’t meet the prerequisites, which is erroneous. My processor is more than equipped for running Windows 11 dependent on the system prerequisites delivered by Microsoft. The app unmistakably has issues that Microsoft knows about.
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If you need to check if your system is viable with Windows 11, we suggest taking a gander at the system prerequisites until Microsoft can figure out what’s going on with the Health Check app.
Windows 11 isn’t coming out any time soon yet when it does, there will be a lot of new systems delivered with equipment that can run it. You have the opportunity to choose if you’d prefer to overhaul your present system to Windows 11 or then again if you’d prefer to purchase another one altogether. Over the long haul, we will study Windows 11 and the highlights it will accompany, and the equipment expected to use those highlights so watch out for the updates and settle on an informed decision.