Recently, Microsoft released the first Windows 11 Insider Preview version for the Dev development channel, namely Build 22000.51! Microsoft said that as we complete the finalization of the product in the next few months, We will verify this experience with you. In this early preview, you will be able to try out many of the new features previously shown, but not all of them.
in the blog post, Microsoft tried again to clarify the minimum configuration requirements of Windows 11, which confused many people, especially regarding which generation of CPU the new operating system will support.
The blog post clearly pointed out that Intel’s sixth-generation Skylake and earlier CPUs, as well as non-AMD Zen processors, will not meet the “principles surrounding security and reliability and the minimum system requirements of Windows 11.”
This is consistent with Microsoft’s initial statement that Windows 11 will require Intel’s eighth-generation Coffee Lake or AMD Zen 2 processors and above, but Intel’s seventh-generation Kaby Lake and AMD Zen 1 user still have some hope. In the blog post, Microsoft claimed that the reason Windows 11 will not run on these CPUs is to maintain a higher level of security, stability, and reliability.
However, it should be noted that in the subsequent update of the blog post, Microsoft deleted the content of “Intel’s 6th generation Core and AMD Zen before the CPU is not applicable”, but there is no special explanation.
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The incompatibility prompt of Microsoft Surface Pro 4 in the Windows 11 preview program has disappeared, and it is suspected that Windows 11 has relaxed the compatibility range to Intel’s 6th generation CPU. We also need to wait for further clarification from Microsoft.
Recently, Microsoft has released a list of Surface devices that meet the requirements of Windows 11, as follows:
- Surface Book 3 (May 2020)
- Surface Book 2: Only models equipped with 8th generation Intel Core (i5-8350U or i7-8650U instead of i5-7300U) (November 2017)
- Surface Go 2 (May 2020)
- Surface Laptop 4 13.5″ (April 2021)
- Surface Laptop 4 15″ (April 2021)
- Surface Laptop 3 13.5″ (October 2019)
- Surface Laptop 3 15″ (October 2019)
- Surface Laptop 2 (October 2018)
- Surface Laptop Go (October 2020)
- Surface Pro 7+ (February 2021)
- Surface Pro 7 (October 2019)
- Surface Pro 6 (October 2018)
- Surface Pro X (November 2019)
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