Microsoft recently announced its next-generation Windows operating system, Windows 11. At the time, some people said that Windows 11 will be a free update for the previous version users, but many people will be disappointed and need to know that there might be some complications and will not receive updates. The most important and decisive factor here is that your device must pass the requirements test.
To check whether you can start Windows 11, you need to use a new tool called PC Health Check Tool that was released at the same time. This tool mainly checks the PC to see if it is compatible with the latest version. In short, it tells users whether they can download subsequent versions of Windows 10 on their PCs.
But now it is said that some Windows 10 users received an error message in the Microsoft PC Health Check Tool, informing them that their computer is not compatible with Windows 11! Surprisingly, despite the high performance of the computer, Windows 10 users still receive this error message. Due to TPM 2.0 requirements, many users have compatibility issues.
According to Microsoft’s support site, users must meet certain hardware requirements to start Windows 11 on a PC, that is, a 1 GHz or faster processor with two or more Multi-core chip, 4 GB RAM, 64 GB or more hard disk space, Trusted Platform Module (TPM) version 2.0, and graphics card with WDDM 2.0 driver supporting DirectX 12 or higher.
These features make Windows 11 compatible with almost all the best machines, desktops and computers. Therefore, even if the device is supported, Microsoft’s PC Health Validator may incorrectly report “This PC cannot run Windows 11”. Microsoft is aware of this problem and is taking steps to correct it. First, Microsoft has now removed its PC health check tool, which will be launched later this year. “We will try to improve the PC Health Check application in the next two weeks,” Microsoft said in response to this question.
However, it is important to remember that this version is not officially released to everyone. This is expected in October. Prior to this, users could only access the beta version. Finally, most errors will be removed in the final version after taking the test.