The rigorous system requirements of Windows 11 and Microsoft’s insistence on using only the most recent hardware earned widespread criticism even before the operating system was made available to the public.
According to Windows Latest, many PCs will not be able to acquire an official transition to Windows 11 from previous Windows operating systems. Windows 11 receives regular updates that improve its compatibility with newly released processors, but Microsoft has stated that it would not bring back support for older models.
Rumors say that now Intel’s 13th-gen processor is supported, along with the AMD’s Ryzen 7000 series.
Because of it’s required, Windows 11 doesn’t have many users.
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