Windows 11: Coming This Week for Insiders

Microsoft announced in the Windows Insider program that the first version of Windows 11 will be released for testing this week.

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In a post, Microsoft explains that 6 years have passed since the first release of Windows 10 and during this period many changes have been made in the hardware of the computers. Because of this, Microsoft has decided to upgrade to the minimum system requirements for Windows 11.

So due to this change, many devices will not be compatible with the new one . The company also explained what this means for existing members of the Windows Insider program.

If you are not a Windows Insider program member
To participate in testing, first sign up for the Insiders program by going to Settings> Update & Security> Windows Insider Program and configuring your computer accordingly. This section will automatically suggest the available options according to your hardware specifications. If your device does not meet the new requirements for Windows 11, then you can subscribe to the Release Preview channel for Windows 10 update testing.

Εάν εκτελείτε μια έκδοση ς των Windows Insider
Εάν είστε ήδη μέλος του προγράμματος Windows Insider, τότε θα πρέπει να ελέγτε τον παρακάτω πίνακα για να δείτε εάν ο υπολογιστής σας πληροί τις απαιτήσεις προεπισκόπησης των Windows 11 Insider.

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The new minimum requirements will also be checked when the system is installed clean of an ISO image, so it is recommended that the computer fully comply with the new requirements. To find out if it meets or not you can use the app PC HealthCheck or the Why Not Win11 or the Win11 Sys Check. The Best Technology Site in Greecefgns

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