Finally, after 7 years, Microsoft has brought a major update to their computer software called Windows operating system. The successor to Windows 10 will be called Windows 11 and let's go through System Requirements for Windows 11 i.e., Windows 11 compatibility checker. We have already gone through the process of how to take screenshots on Windows 11.
So, let's check out what configuration you need in order to install Windows 11 OS.
System Requirements for Windows 11
Basically, system requirements are the set of specific parameters that are the hardware for your PC to run the software without any glitch. These Windows 11 system requirements will ensure that your OS will run without any interruption or errors.
Display: 720p HD display
64-bit processor or chip with dual-core or more(clock speed higher than 1 GHz)
Minimum RAM: 4 GB RAM
Storage: 64 GB storage
GPU: GPU compatible with DirectX12 or later with WDDM 2.0 driver
TPM: Trusted Platform Module version 2.0
+ Internet Connection
It makes me money when we say you need an Internet connection, it's a basic thing.
Unlike previous versions of Windows, you will definitely now need a Microsoft account to complete Windows 11 installation requirements.
Lets put it up in the table format.
|Display||720p HD or higher display|
|Processor||64-bit processor or chip with dual-core or more (clock speed higher than 1 Ghz)|
|RAM||4 GB RAM Minimum|
|Storage||64 GB Storage|
|Graphics Card||GPU compatible with DirectX12 or later with WDDM 2.0 driver|
|TPM||Trusted Platform Module version 2.0|
|Others||Internet Connection (WiFi/Ethernet)|
Windows 11 Compatibility Checker:
What tech brings is automation and as such, instead of manually checking for Windows 11 system requirements, you can download Microsoft's PC Health app to tell the specs of your PC/laptop can handle the new OS or not.
I would say this is a great tool to check compatibility automatically.
So that's all we have in the system requirements for Windows 11 - Compatibility Checker article. I will post many articles related to Windows 11 in the coming days.
This post was last modified on August 24, 2021 6:57 AM