By default, Windows 11 will only run on PCs that meet the minimum requirements. First, Windows 11 Check & Enable quickly analyzes your hardware and reports possible compatibility issues. The program then goes deeper to find out if Windows 11 will still run on your machine regardless. In the event of an incompatible CPU or missing TPM 2.0 support, Windows 11 Check & Enable can still enable the installation since the more prevalent TPM 1.20 will also suffice. Windows 11 Check & Enable adds two Registry entries to your system to enable the installation of Windows 11 on officially unsupported systems.
Note that, if you install Windows 11 on an officially unsupported system, Microsoft will no longer support your PC and it won't be entitled to receive updates. The verification process in Windows 11 Check & Enable includes TPM (trusted platform module) as well as all installed or connected components, and relevant configurations.
The following hardware components and configurations are inspected: CPU, RAM, hard disk, display resolution, graphics card, DirectX, WDDM, TPM, UEFI, SecureBoot. If your PC fails in any of these categories, you'll be notified along with possible fixes.
Even though the installation of Windows 11 backed by Windows 11 Check & Enable is legally safe, we recommend (as with any major upgrade!) that you back up your machine with Ashampoo® Backup Pro 16 prior to the OS upgrade. This will take care of the risks generally involved with any major system upgrade. - Processor - RAM - Hard Drive Space - Screen resolution - Graphic card - DirectX12 - WDDM2 - TPM2.0 - UEFI - SecureBoot
|Ashampoo Windows 11 Check & Enable 1.0.0 Jan 1, 1970|
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