Update on June 25: Microsoft has released an update to the Windows 11 PC Health Check application, which contains more detailed information about the computer may not be updated. These messages include missing TPM, secure boot is turned off, the system disk is too small, or the processor is not supported.
We just updated the Windows 11 PC health check application. It now provides more detailed information about unmet requirements. In cases where people think that CPU compatibility issues are related to TPM, this should help https://t.co/hTWMe16DWO pic.twitter.com/eZLTZMOdjTJune 25, 2021
techy’s hardware Full-time writer Michelle Ehrhardt brought her PC and Intel Core i7-6700K (not in the officially supported processor list) through the health check and was told that she must continue to use Windows 10.
The original story is as follows:
According to reports, Microsoft plans to improve the upgrade tool used to check system compatibility Windows 11 Before the operating system is officially released. The tool has been widely criticized for reporting that the system is not compatible with Windows 11, but it did not explain the reason for the system incompatibility.
“Sorry for the unpleasant experience!” Steve Dispensa, PM Vice President, Microsoft Endpoint Manager and Windows Commercial, Tweet Respond to complaints about upgrade tools. “We will improve the PC health check application in the next few weeks. Hope to update it for the first time tomorrow.”
At the time of writing, the initial update is not available. This means that finding out why the system cannot run Windows 11 is still frustrating. However, now, the main problem seems to be the operating system’s requirements for Trusted Platform Module (TPM) 2.0. Many PCs Default not.
This lack of clarity — and the difficulties associated with enabling TPM 2.0 in firmware or adding hardware to the system — has led to some backlash against Windows 11.Of course, the operating system makes Significant changes in the Microsoft Store with Playing games on Windows, But if people can’t prepare their PCs for the upgrade, it’s almost irrelevant.
Dispensa did not provide more information on how Microsoft plans to improve PC Health Check in response to these criticisms. But he does offer some comfort to those trying to figure out whether they can update their company’s infrastructure to Windows 11 when they think the operating system is ready.
“Yes, we will publish an analysis for the IT department to evaluate their Windows 11 compatibility,” Dispensa Tweet“The basic tools will be launched in a few days and will be fully integrated into MEM analysis this fall.”
We should learn more about how Microsoft will make PC Health Check more useful (and how it will respond to the backlash regarding TPM 2.0 requirements).At the same time, at least the company said In yesterday’s announcement That windows 11 Will be a free upgrade Applicable to all Windows users.