Here's what you need to know to get ready for Windows 11
Windows 11 isn't far from our reach now with many leaked version of the operating system already in peoples hands.
Microsoft has released a PC health checker tool designed to tell you if your system will be compatible with windows 10.
You can download Microsoft's official PC health checker from here: Upgrade to the New Windows 11 OS | Microsoft
What is a TPM?
TPM stands for Trusted Platform Module. The module is designed to implement a greater level of security with your windows 11 machine.
Windows 11 will require all machines to have TPM 2.0 technology. Some systems may be limited by this if they are to old as they will not support TPM or can only support up to version 1.2.
Microsoft has published an official list which indicates what CPU's will support TPM 2.0.
I have an older machine but still want to install Windows 11
There is however a workaround to this problem. You can fit your system with a dedicated TPM Module. What this means is if you have an older system with a TPM port on your motherboard, you can install a newer TPM Module that supports version 2.0. Thankfully we have made a video that will show you how to enable TPM and how to install a TPM Module.
Windows 11 Minimum system requirements
|Graphics card||DirectX 12 compatible graphics / WDDM 2.x|
|Display||> 9" with HD Resolution (720p)|
|Internet connection||Microsoft account and internet connectivity required for setup for Windows 11 Home|
Certain features require specific hardware, see detailed system requirements.
Learn more about Windows 11:
If you would like to learn more about windows 11, we would suggest taking a look at the links bellow that will take you directly to Microsoft's website.