Windows 11 was announced and is expected to be available later in the year. These system requirements were already available. It’s the first time that Windows OS can’t be run without Internet access.
The PC Health Check app can be downloaded to double-check your computer’s ability to run Windows 11.
Latest: Microsoft temporarily removed the PC Health Check App, but plans to bring it back online before Windows 11 becomes widely available.
After receiving numerous complaints from users, and some issues related to Windows 11 minimum requirements for compatibility, Redmond decided to rebuild the app and make adjustments to ensure improved reliability.
Read Microsoft’s official statement. You can test your computer’s compatibility with Windows 11 by using this great alternative and alternative information regarding Error code [pii_email_3a9d3c10845f8b9d77b2]
How to check if your computer is ready for Windows 11
You will need to verify the information by yourself, confronting the table and meeting the minimum requirements specifications until Microsoft releases a new version of the PC Health Check App.
If your system requirements are met, you should be able to download the first Windows 11 Insider Preview Builder.
Our comprehensive article also contains the technical specifications that are required for Windows 11 to work.
How do I use the PC Health Check App?
Download the PC Health Check app. It’s a Windows Installer bundle that has approximately 13MB.
After downloading the app, open it and click on the get it Now Click here
Either you’ll get the This computer can run Windows 11 answer, and you will be notified as soon as it becomes available for download, or you’ll continue to receive Windows 10 updates.
If this is your first time using the app, it’s important to know that the app has a few features that provide performance and health data. You can also use the PC Health Check app to do the following:
-> Quickly Rename Your PC
-> Backup and Sync (here, you’ll receive a notification in the event that you aren’t backing up your data).
-> Get a quick overview of the Windows Update status
-> Status of storage capacity
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The app appeared to be quite old or not up-to-date when we checked it. It was running version 2.0 from 2020, according to us.
Update: The app now tells you why your computer isn’t compatible with Windows 11.
Microsoft has updated the PC Health Check app, which provides more information on why your computer isn’t able to run Windows 11.
This initiative will reduce confusion around compatibility. It should automatically update if you have already downloaded and installed it.
Users were confused by the previous version of this tool because they didn’t understand why their systems weren’t compatible with the new OS.
It displayed a simple fail message to users with no details. Now you’ll know why Windows 11 isn’t running on your device so that you can make the necessary adjustments.
Update: Many apps crashed due to the new update
Microsoft fulfilled its promise and released an update to the PC Health Check app. It seems to crash for many, according to. If you have any feedback on how the app behaves, we would be grateful.
Microsoft will release a new fix faster if they are aware of it sooner than later.
It seems that not everyone finds this app very useful. Some users are dissatisfied that the app doesn’t tell them what requirements they need to meet.
It seems like the TPM 2.0 (Trusted Platform Module) is the most powerful trigger, and there has been some discussion on the internet about this.
We’ll have to look into the implications for consumers. It seems like this feature is intended to improve security but it also has its controversy.
Update: TPM 2.0 appears to be an issue
We also followed up via Twitter, and it seems like this is becoming a more serious issue.
Our article about the error also received more traffic. Your computer’s trusted platforms module has been corrupted.
This could mean that Windows 10 users are using the app more frequently and receiving errors that could be related to the TPM.