It seems that a bug in the Windows update system is causing users with computers that do not support the new Microsoft operating system are seeing how they are offered an upgrade to Windows 11. However, this appears to be a bug, and even if we accept the update, it will not be installed due to existing checks.
This does not seem to be intentional, since Microsoft has not modified the system requirements of Windows 11 despite the great amount of criticism it received, especially given the requirement of TPM 2.0which very few teams have, and those that have it is almost by chance, by being part of the platform they are on.
As we read in windows centralone of the users affected by this bug has a school computer that can hardly run Windows 10, and it is true that with 2GB of DDR3 RAM and an old 1.12GHz processorit is difficult to imagine that any heavy operating system can work properly.
Be that as it may, hopefully Microsoft will fix this issue soon, as the same tool may have been reused as it caused millions of users to watch their computers be forcefully upgraded to Windows 10, no matter what happened next.
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