Windows 11: Microsoft allows older processors to test this

The new Microsoft operating system, Windows 11, will have more stringent hardware requirements than version 10, let’s see what happens

The new hardware requirements needed to properly run the new operating system of the Redmond multinational, Windows 11, they really caused a sensation. Many complaints and controversy, also because theDedicated app for the determination of compatibility with the new operating system gave several problems.

Now that you can finally download the first preview build, Microsoft says it will also allow some older chips to try it out. However, it will not guarantee compatibility when starting production.

Windows 11: Microsoft allows older processors to test this

Microsoft’s statements

Although the official compatibility have already been disclosed, and you can find one about it software-guide by clicking here, the multinational has made it known that it is using the Insider program to test the functioning of the new Windows 11 and only at a later time will it make a decision.

We are confident that devices running on Intel 8th Generation and AMD Zen 2 processors, as well as Qualcomm 7 and 8 Series will meet our principles of safety e reliability and minimum system requirements for Windows 11. As soon as we release a version to Insiders and work with our OEMs, we will test the operating system to identify devices with 7th Gen Intel and AMD Zen 1 that may meet our criteria. We are committed to sharing updates on our test results with you over time, as well as sharing additional technical blogs

These are the statements of Microsoft. This is followed by other talks on the importance of minimum hardware requirements. These will surely go hand in hand with the new potential of the operating system in the field of safety, reliability and compatibility.

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