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DR M

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What about a new Forum about Windows 11?

 

The new OS has been already released and I'm sure many users are now running with Windows 11.

 

Admins? :)


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Windows 11 minimum requirements and PC Health Check app

 

Useful reading

 

Update on Windows 11 minimum system requirements and the PC Health Check app | Windows Insider Blog

 

Microsoft PC Health Check adds detailed Windows 11 compatibility info (bleepingcomputer.com)

 

 

Check PC Health application

 

https://aka.ms/GetPCHealthCheckApp


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I ran the PC Health app in my computer (bought Feb 2017) and the result showed that the processor wasn't currently supported. I took the risk and upgraded, doing a clean install via the Windows media tool (there isn't any other way actually, when the result from the app is not positive). Now, I am running Windows 11 and quality, definition, driver and other updates have been also installed. 
 
I will be informing you about my experience.
 
Has anyone else upgraded? 

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Good point!

 

Windows updates have become so infrequent that I've often thought about combining all the Windows forums into one. 


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