Windows 11

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Zambo
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Windows 11

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Available from today. Who's going for it now?

Got a message on my Windows Update screen, telling me my PC is not compatible for an upgrade, which was a bit surprising as it's only one year old (doesn't meet the system requirements). So I downloaded the suggested app (PC Healthcheck) and when I ran it, it said my PC supports a secure boot, the processor is supported for Windows 11, and there is enough RAM. Problem seems to be around something called TPM 2.0 which needs to be supported and enabled, but it wasn't detected. Had a scoot round, but it started talking about stuff I'm mot familiar with and how to bypass the TPM requirement.

Windows 10 will be supported for another four years.
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Re: Windows 11

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Back away, slowly
BREAK HIS FUCKING LEGS

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Re: Windows 11

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https://www.tomshardware.com/uk/how-to/ ... equirement

If you don't need the new features of Win 11 I wouldn't bother, running native android could be handy and integrated Teams, other than that it's looking more and more like a god damn hippy Mac OS which of course I adore.

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Re: Windows 11

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They're just in the public beta tasting stage :D

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