Microsoft’s latest operating system Windows 11 is available to existing Windows 10 users, but can only upgrade the hardware that meets the specifications. Microsoft is not able to fully use Windows 11 for PCs except for the reasons for compatibility. You only need to install media with USB or DVD. However, the resolution of several problems that appear after installation is the user’s share.
Recently, US Judies introduced a method of installing Windows 11 on a PC incompatible PC.
Windows 11 requires a 2-core 1GHz or more CPU, 4GB or more, a CPU, 64 GB of storage space, a TPM 2.0 security module, and a graphics card that is compatible with DET X12 or later, a storage space, a TPM 2.0 security module, or a direct X12 or more. If the existing Windows 10 PC does not meet only one of the basic conditions, it can not be upgraded to Windows 11. Mainly recently, the problem of the absence of the TPM 2.0 module that started to be equipped with the default and the problem of Intel CPU generation is not in Windows 11 upgrading.
For Microsoft’s Surface Pro 5, which was released in July 2017, the 7th generation Intel Core CPU is equipped, but can not be upgraded to Windows 11. This is because it is incompatible with Windows 11.
However, even if the hardware specification is not met, the Windows 11 installation is not completely impossible. Only the update menu of Windows 10 is not only an upgrade using the Windows 11 ISO file and create a USB installation media by default.
The installation using the USB installation media is to delete the existing data and install the OS in a fully clean state. The installation media skips CPU compatibility checking procedures.
Because Microsoft provides Windows 11 ISO downloads to the Internet homepage, it is not difficult to secure OS image files. You can receive the OS file and create a bootable disk.
Registry optimization is also required before upgrading the system. Run the registry editor to find the following keys: The value setting is generated by the name of ‘DWORD’ as the name below. [Installation Guide page Shortcut]
There is a method, but Microsoft does not recommend an upgrade that is unreasonable with Windows 11. If you install Windows 11 on a PC that does not meet your hardware requirements, compatibility issues may occur. PCs that fail to meet hardware requirements are not technical support for Windows 11, so Microsoft does not provide updates. Even if you install it, it means that you can not receive multiple updates in the future. In addition, PC damage caused by compatibility issues is also excluded from manufacturer warranty.
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