In Windows 11, the first Insider Preview version was released in June, the PC Health Check application was not included in the application. The reason the app is not available is because a computer’s Windows 11 doesn’t give enough information about why it doesn’t support was interpreted in the form.
Microsoft announced that it is investigating whether Intel’s 7th Generation processors and AMD Zen processors can be added to the Windows 11 compatibility list, as a result of extensive testing. Intel Core X series, Xeon W series and Intel Core 7820HQ processors have been added to the Intel compatibility list. The first generation of AMD Zen processors is not included in the compatibility list.
The minimum needs are clearly defined:
For an optimal Windows 11 experience, Microsoft says the minimum system needs are 4GB of RAM, 64GB of storage, UEFU faithful boot, graphics needs and TPM 2.0. These features are precisely defined.
While the company announced that the Windows 10 boost will last until October 14, 2025, “ Those who use a computer that cannot be upgraded and the real choice for those who can’t switch to a new device Windows 10. “He gave place to his words. Microsoft is expected to update its PC Health Check app in the coming weeks with the arrival of new Intel processors.
Microsoft’s published software will be updated with the processors on which it is based during the upcoming period and will provide more real information.