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US-based technology giant Microsoft, one of the discussed issues of Windows 11 system requirements made a new statement on the subject. In this statement, the company mentioned how the system requirements are determined, and implied that the requirements announced for now may change in the coming periods. Also testing whether computers support Windows 11 PC Health Check

The application named has also been removed as of now.

According to a blog post by Microsoft, the company said that the reactions from users aware and is trying to shape its work in this direction. At this point, semiconductor manufacturers have also stepped in. Frankly, Microsoft’s statements are that the current system requirements are after the Insider program. may change makes me think.

“Our system requirements are generally the same as Teams and Office”

In the statements made by Microsoft, my system requirements described are actually because it’s not high is mentioned. Even giving an example at this point, the company states that the system requirements they have determined are compatible with Office applications. Microsoft Teams says it’s on par with the app As a matter of fact, Microsoft is right in this inference, but the main issue that users criticize is, TPM 2.0 support.

Speaking of TPM 2.0; Microsoft does not address this issue in today’s statements. What does the TPM do in certain parts of the content and how to make it Windows 11 because it makes it safe

The company that mentioned does not disclose what kind of module will be needed. Strangely enough, many TPM 1.5 supported systems also failed to do so during the Windows 11 upgrade. error

without is loading. Considering all this, we can say that Microsoft is considering taking a step back.


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