US-based technology giant Microsoft, the new operating system that has been on the agenda for a while as part of an event it held yesterday.Windows 11 officially announced. The statements made at this event were enough to generally clear the question marks in the minds of consumers who follow Microsoft’s new operating system closely. But there was a very important question to be answered, andMicrosoft, did not give an answer to this question in his statements yesterday.
This question of interest to consumers, Windows 11was which processors it would support. Because millions of users who did not like or dislike Windows 10 were wondering if Microsoft could use the new operating system. The company, which made an update on its website, has now given the answer to this question. However, Microsoft’s statements did not make users verywill not satisfy
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Windows 11 currently supports very few processors
According to the statements made by Microsoft, Windows 11 will support the following Intel branded processors;
- Intel 8th generation (Coffee Lake)
- Intel 9th generation (Coffee Lake Refresh)
- Intel 10th generation (Comet Lake)
- Intel 10th generation (Ice Lake)
- Intel 11th generation (Rocket Lake)
- Intel 11th generation (Tiger Lake)
- Intel Xeon Skylake-SP
- Intel Xeon Cascade Lake-SP
- Intel Xeon Cooper Lake-SP
- Intel Xeon Ice Lake-SP
AMD branded processors that support Windows 11 are as follows;
- AMD Ryzen 2000
- AMD Ryzen 3000
- AMD Ryzen 4000
- AMD Ryzen 5000
- AMD Ryzen Threadripper 2000
- AMD Ryzen Threadripper 3000
- AMD Ryzen Threadripper Pro 3000
- AMD EPYC 2nd generation
- AMD EPYC 3rd generation
According to the information on Microsoft’s website, the above processors are compatible with Windows 11.totally will support. However, the company giving a footnote states that users with older processors getting warning messageIt says they can install windows 11. In this regard, it is greatuncertainties
We can say that it is . It is not clear how this operating system will support models lower than the specified processors.
It’s hard to understand why Microsoft’s support for Windows 11 is so limited. Because when we look at the current processors, Microsoft’s Windows 11 is still on sale.Surface Studio 2, we see that he even gave up his product. However, processors with support for Windows 11 may proliferate in the near future, and Microsoft willmore users can make it use windows 11.