Upgrade to Windows 11 on Unsupported Hardware

Though Windows 11 is largely identical to Windows 10 internally, Microsoft changed the hardware requirements and will block the upgrade on many PCs that run Windows 10 successfully.

Key among these new requirements are:

CPU. Where Windows 10 required a 32-bit or 64-bit microprocessor running at a 1 GHz or faster clock speed, Windows 11 requires a 64-bit, dual-core microprocessor running a...

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