This update prepares WhyNotWin11 for Windows 11 version 22H2
Published on July 04, 2022
WhyNotWin11 is a third-party program that checks whether your Windows device is compatible with Windows 11. Updated processor lists make it ready for Windows 10 version 22H2.
Microsoft announced several changes to Windows 11’s requirements before the operating system was released. Users can test if their devices can run the new operating system using the company’s own tool, PC Health Check. A third-party program was created to replace the Microsoft program shortly after it was released.
In terms of compatibility checks, PC Health Check is not the best tool.
The open source program WhyNotWin11 checks whether a device is compatible with Windows 11 by checking all system requirements.
The program can be downloaded from the project’s GitHub website and run. In a matter of seconds, you’ll receive a report on the results of the checks. Users may want to verify if their device is compatible with the next feature update before installing the new version if they run on Windows 11.
The system requirements have not been changed by Microsoft, so some may want to run tests anyway. Also, users who bypassed system requirements initially, but later replaced some hardware may find this useful.
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