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Unfair reject of Windows 10 DDR4 Computers to Windows 11.

Although, my laptop is not compatible for Windows 11, the only thing stopping me is my PC processor not meet for requirements. I think that the processor should not be included in requirement but I do agree on the other PC requirements. Since DDR4 PCs are made with Windows 10 based that includes UEFI, TPM, and 4GB at least should be able to upgrade. Many can't keep spending and taken advantage of with strict requirements.

Yes I do understand that DDR3 PC are not compatible.

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Reza-Ameri answered

I advise you to open the Feedback Hub app in Windows 10 and create a new suggestion and share your feedback.

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LimitlessTechnology-2700 answered Docs-4663 commented

Hi @Ressendids

Windows 11 which it’s largely sticking to a restriction to install the OS will only be enforced when you try to upgrade from Windows 10 to Windows 11 through Windows Update. This means anyone with a PC with an older CPU that doesn’t officially pass the upgrade test can still go ahead and download an ISO file of Windows 11 and install the OS manually.

But you cannot get the updates via clean install on PC without requirement.

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Would the clean install of Windows 11 work for:

a) BIOS Legacy
b) BIOS UEFI with CSM
c) Computers without TPM
d) Computers with TPM 1.2
e) Computers without secure boot


Would there likely be performance problems or no difference compared to a clean install using Windows 7, 8, 8.1, or 10?

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