You will need to sign out of this waiver to install Windows 11 on an unsupported PC


In the coming weeks, Windows 11 will be released to the public. Assuming you have a PC built within the last 2-3 years, chances are you will have no problem installing and upgrading to Windows 11. But what if do you have an older device?

If you remember, Microsoft said last month that Windows 11 can be installed on devices they consider unofficially supported, but that will come at the cost of updates. Now, according to a report from The Verge, they tried installing Windows 11 on an unsupported PC and were greeted with a waiver.

This disclaimer basically says that since this PC does not meet official minimum requirements, you agree that by installing Windows 11 you may no longer receive updates and you may also void your PC warranty during of the process. The warranty side of things is not controlled by Microsoft, but it could be something to consider anyway.

That being said, it should be noted that even if you have a modern PC, you will need to verify that TPM 2.0 is enabled. This is one of the main requirements of Windows 11, so check with your motherboard manufacturer on how to activate it if it isn’t already.

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