Great care! This is what happens if you try to install Windows 11 on an unsupported computer

PC with Windows 11

As you probably already know, not too long ago Windows 11 was introduced by Microsoft with a multitude of novelties for all teams. However, shortly after the sparks began to jump on social networks, because installation requirements operating system were somewhat more demanding than expected, forcing to have a TPM 2.0 chip that many computers do not integrate.

In fact, there are so many restrictions on Microsoft's part that not even all your Surfaces are compatible. And, keeping this in mind, Many methods have already begun to appear throughout the network by which it is possible to bypass these requirements and install Windows 11 on computers that do not meet this requirement Essential to ensure the security of the operating system. However, it appears that there will be harsh consequences.

If you install Windows 11 without meeting the requirements on your computer, say goodbye to all updates

As we mentioned, although an update in the minimum installation requirements was expected, or the appearance of a new version for old computers, none of this has happened. On the contrary, from the Microsoft team they have been somewhat serious about it and, as now indicate on their website, users installing Windows 11 on unsupported devices will not be able to benefit from updates.

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In this way, in addition to not being able to receive security updates, leaving computers exposed to possible new vulnerabilities and critical threats that could arise around the new operating system, they will also not see the new features or editions of Windows 11 released from Microsoft after the arrival of the official version of the operating system.

In this way, in the event that your computer does not have a TPM 2.0 chip and, therefore, is not compatible with the new Windows 11, maybe it is better that you continue to use Windows 10 on it instead of trying to install the new version. So, at least you will have until 2025 Guaranteed security updates.

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  1.   Parrot of Los Palotes said

    HAHAHAHAHA I have installed Windows 11 and receive ALL UPDATES.