Windows 11 had specific system requirements, including CPU compatibility. These requirements might have been updated since then, so it’s essential to check the official Microsoft website for the most current information. However, as of my last update, Windows 11 supported the following CPU versions:

  1. 64-bit Processors: Windows 11 requires a 64-bit processor. This means it won’t work on older 32-bit processors.
  2. TPM 2.0: It also requires a Trusted Platform Module (TPM) version 2.0. This is a security feature, and your CPU should support it in order to install Windows 11.
  3. CPU Generation: Windows 11 has specific CPU generation requirements. It was initially announced that it would support 8th gen and newer Intel Core processors, as well as 2nd gen AMD Ryzen processors and newer. However, these requirements might change, so it’s important to check for the most up-to-date information.

Microsoft provides a PC Health Check tool that you can download from their website to see if your computer meets the Windows 11 system requirements, including CPU compatibility. You should use this tool or visit the official Windows 11 system requirements page on the Microsoft website for the most accurate and current information.

Please note that Microsoft might update these requirements, so it’s always a good idea to check their official website for the latest information.


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