A new support page on the Microsoft website gives instructions to those interested in installing Windows 11. In fact a separate page includes instructions for upgrading Windows 10 devices that are not compatible with Windows 11 system requirements.
Of course, Lefteris overtook the company from yesterday with the publication Windows 11 Installation on systems that do not support them containing the information you need to upgrade your system, along with a .reg file that activates the TPM 2.0.
If you want to read the official Microsoft publication you can do so from here.
But what if you installed Windows 11 and found that the problems were more than you expected? There is a solution and it is called Reset.
Restoring your PC allows you to perform a clean reinstall and update of Windows while keeping your personal data and most of your Windows settings intact. But in some cases, a clean install can further improve your device's performance, security, browsing experience, and battery life.
After installing Windows 11
If you experience problems after upgrading to Windows 11 and your device does not meet the minimum system requirements, it is recommended that you return to Windows 10. Select Home (Start)> Settings (Settings)> System (System)> Recovery (Rehabilitation)> Go back (Money back).
This option will be available for 10 days (only) after the upgrade. After the 10 days provided by Microsoft, the files required to perform this operation will be deleted to free up disk space on your device.