Finally, Microsoft has released the Windows-11 operating system. They have released information about various features of the new operating system. At the same time, the company has given guidance on how to get the new system on Windows-based laptops and desktops.
According to a report in India’s technology gazetteer Now, to run or update Windows 11, “minimum system requirements” must be met. That is, you need to have some of the capabilities set by Microsoft to run the new operating system.
In order to use Windows 11, you need to have hardware capabilities as well as software and feature capabilities. Microsoft’s new operating system cannot be updated without these capabilities for some reason. In that case you have to stay in the old operating system.
Microsoft’s new operating system will require a minimum of 4 GB of RAM to run, at least 64 GB of storage will be required. Windows 11 will not work if the display is less than 9 inches and does not have a resolution of at least 136 x 8 pixels. In addition to using this operating system, your device must have UEFI support, Secure Boot and TPM 2.0 support and Direct-X12 compatible graphics or WWDM 2.X.
Windows 11 updates can be given to anyone who has these common capabilities on a laptop or desktop. According to media reports on various technologies, the new operating system only supports 64-bit processors and the 32-bit version will not be available.