Microsoft officially announced Windows 11 last month, which will be available as a free upgrade to Windows 10 users. With the launch, Microsoft also added the Windows 11 system requirements, which include Faith Boot and TPM. announced that it has increased.
Although Microsoft provides a free upgrade path for Windows 10 users, Windows 7 and 8.1 users the situation seems a bit complicated. Fortunately, manufacturers and vendors seem to have stepped in to fill the knowledge gap by publishing compatibility lists and guides on how to enable TPM. For example, Lenovo has created a Windows 11 frequently asked questions page that covers basic questions for Windows 7 users, including the upgrade path.
According to the company, Windows 7 users with the appropriate hardware Can upgrade to Windows 11, but for that they will have to make a neat suram. This means that there is no way to jump straight to Windows 11 by downloading the update from Windows Update.
Many devices currently available for purchase will be upgradeable to Windows 11. In order to switch to Windows 11, it can be done by upgrading, installing a pack, or installing on Windows 10 devices. For Windows 7 devices that meet the hardware needs, you will need to install the package. This means that your existing data will be deleted.
While Microsoft is offering Windows 11 as a free upgrade to Windows 10 users, the new update will also support license keys from Windows 7, 8, 8, 1 and Windows 10. So, if you have a Windows 7 computer with compatible hardware and you plan to update, you should keep your Windows 7 license key handy. Alternatively, Microsoft still hasn’t closed the backdoor on the upgrade path from Windows 7 to Windows 10, so you could potentially upgrade to Windows 10 for free and then upgrade to Windows 11. In this case, you will not need to make a pak suram.
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