IT House September 22 Message Microsoft launched a formal version of Win11 Health "Computer Health Status Check", which brought the last check to users when the system is about to go online.
However, according to Microsoft's latest statement, even if the user does not meet the hardware requirements of Win11, Win11 can be installed via the ISO mirror, but the system update (including security update) will not be received.
According to the latest test of The Verge, when installing Win11 on the computer of Intel Seventh Generation Core i7 CPU, the installer pops up an unusual message:
Press the button to accept confirmation, the computer will "no longer support", if proceed, the computer may even lose warranty.
That is, if the user forcibly installs Win11, Microsoft will might pop up a warning, requiring the user to agree to give up support, that is, no longer updated.
IT House learned that the Verge has asked Microsoft on the abandonment book, but it has not yet responded.
Win11 is currently required to be compatible with 64-bit processors, 4GB memory, 64GB storage, UEFI Secure Boot, Graphics Requirements, and TPM 2.0, Microsoft also expands the list of compatible 64-bit processors.