This App Tells You Why Your Computer is not Compatible With Windows 11

Microsoft unveiled the next version of its operating system, Windows 11. This will be available for free to Windows 10 users by the holiday season.

To download, install, and run the new operating system, your computer must meet several requirements. Specifically, a 64-bit CPU should power the device and have at least 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. The graphics card must be compatible with WDDM 2.0 driver, with DirectX 12 (or later), while the display must be 720p HD with a diagonal more than 8 inches.

Thanks to the Microsoft PC Health Check application, you can remove any doubts about your computer’s compatibility with Windows 11 and find out quickly if you can run the new operating system as soon as it is available.

Microsoft PC Health Check tells you why your PC is not compatible with Windows 11

Just recently, the Microsoft team updated the PC Health Check application. In addition to determining whether or not a computer is compatible with Windows 11, it also provides a wealth of information on why it will not run the latest version of the operating system.

Before the update, the app returned a success or failure message. This is without giving any reason why the user would not have been able to run Windows 11.

With this update, if the computer is not compatible with Windows 11, the Microsoft PC Health Check app will also offer the user a few more clues about the non-compatibility of the update, whether it is a storage, security, or processor.

If you have already downloaded the application, it should automatically update at the next start. If not, you can download the app at this link.

Top new features in Windows 11

We take this opportunity to remind you of some of the main innovations of Windows 11, which we summarize below:

  • Background updates, lighter and at least 40% faster.
  • Centered Start menu shows applications, recently opened documents, and a separate search bar.
  • Completely revisited design, with tabs that have rounded corners and retain the background colors, giving greater cohesion to the entire Windows 11 interface.
  • The ” Snap Groups “or collections of applications can be accessed easily and quickly directly from the menu.
  • AI-powered widget feed, showing the latest news, maps, weather, and more.
  • “ Layout Snap,” which allows you to run applications in the different supported modes.
  • New Xbox app with integrated Game Pass and xCloud. Support for Auto HDR and Direct Storage.
  • Microsoft Store completely redesigned, featured stories debut, new applications (including the Creative Cloud suite, Zoom and Disney +), support for  Android apps, and Amazon AppStore is extended.

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