Microsoft Allows Windows 11 to be Installed on Unsupported Computers
After the release of Windows 11 Windows and a message to users of supported desktop devices and others, and after installing Windows to users, there were some problems for users, but here we are not talking about current Windows users, but we are talking about users of unsupported devices because as we know Microsoft before sending Windows and before its release had It stipulated requirements to install the operating system on devices that were unsatisfactory for devices that are not supported or do not meet the installation requirements.
System requirements for installing Windows 11
These are the basic requirements to install Windows 10 on a PC. If your device doesn’t meet these requirements, you may not have a great experience with Windows 10 and you may want to consider buying a new PC. This is Microsoft’s message to install Windows 11 on computers that allow “supported” installation and on unsupported devices:
- Processor: 1 gigahertz (GHz) or faster processor or system-on-chip (SoC).
- RAM: 1 gigabyte (GB) for the 32-bit version or 2 GB for the 64-bit version.
- Hard disk space: 16 GB for a 32-bit operating system 32 GB for a 64-bit operating system.
- Graphics card: DirectX 9 or later with WDDM 1.0 driver.
- Presence of a chip: TPM from version 2.0.
Make sure your device is compatible with Health Check
If you use the PC Health Checker to check for Windows 11 compatibility and the message “This PC doesn’t meet the minimum system requirements to install Windows 11” appears, this does not mean that you are obligated to upgrade the hardware or even sell your computer and buy a new one to upgrade. to the latest operating system from Microsoft. While unsupported devices can stay on Windows 10 until 2025 but these same devices can also run Windows 11 with superior performance, the only difference is that they will not get a free upgrade through Windows Update like any update but by installing the system from scratch via a file The ISO.
The official way to install Windows 11 on unsupported devices
Microsoft provided an option to install a copy of Windows 11 on the devices that are not supported to experience the system, thus allowing users to use the system on the computer without developing computer components or changing the hardware and installing the system from scratch through some of the steps that you will see in our video on YouTube. And after executing those options, which are basically modifying a value in the registry files or adding a new registry key to bypass the process of checking components before installing the system.