Windows 11 offers constant updates to fix some bugs and introduce new features to users. But it also makes changes that can affect certain restrictionssuch as the use of TPM 2.0 mandatory that caused so much commotion in its launching. According to they tell us at Tom’s Hardware, it appears that Windows 11 installations along with the latest update available with January 2023 patches, are displaying hardware incompatibility messages to users who do not meet the Windows 11 requirements.
After installing this latest update, users who do not meet the hardware requirements imposed by Microsoft for their latest operating system will see a message on their screens saying that these system requirements have not been met. In this same message he invites us to go to the settings to obtain more information, this is just aNo direct access to the website of the Necessary requirements for Windows 11 and also suggests us to return to Windows 10 with a margin of 10 days from the installation.
Windows 11 needs TPM 2.0 to work properly, this limits Intel 8th generation or higher CPUs and 2nd generation or newer AMD Ryzen processors. It also requires a minimum of 4 GB RAM and 64 GB hard drive, requirements that if you do not meet you may see this message. If you think you meet them and it still shows up, you may need to enable TPM 2.0 in your motherboard’s BIOS settings.
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Juan Antonio Soto
I am a Computer Engineer and my specialty is automation and robotics. My passion for hardware began at the age of 14 when I gutted my first computer: a 386 DX 40 with 4MB of RAM and a 210MB hard drive. I continue to give free rein to my passion in the technical articles that I write at Geeknetic. I spend most of my free time playing video games, contemporary and retro, on the 20+ consoles I own, in addition to the PC.