Microsoft says there is no way to make unsupported PCs cheat to install Windows 11. There is no way to skip minimum requirements, as is the case with other operating systems.
Practically every day we see how computer geniuses, who took the path of evil, crack any operating system to install it on devices that, in principle, were not compatible. However, Microsoft assures that this is impossible to happen with its latest Windows 11.
Since the end of June, computers running Microsoft’s operating system started to receive update messages. We are almost at the end of July and downloads and installations are still taking place. But if you already know that your PC is not compatible with this Windows, the company says that there is nothing to do. They also apologize to those who were left out and have relatively new equipment.
Microsoft representatives explain the reasons why this phenomenon occurs. In general terms, the platform is focused on generating a solid security system, because of the growing digital workforce, increased by the coronavirus pandemic. Microsoft has specific hardware requirements for the new update. Then, a feature in the software of the new system can verify if they are met. And if it does not find the requirement, there will be no way to crack the program to trick it into executing the installation.
Microsoft’s explanation about the new Windows
The company, through some of its representatives, made available to its users and media, a round of questions and answers, better known as the Ask-Me-Anything (AMA) session. In the same, one of its executive leaders of the operating system update project explained in part some of the requirements.
First, they specify that IT administrators and consumers should not bother to check the hardware requirements for Windows 11. In other words, it is not the users’ job to determine if the upgrade is available for their devices. The program is designed to have Windows check, automatically, whether the Windows 11 upgrade is compatible with your PC.
“What we’ve done is bring some of that application in the box so that instead of having to think about it, your device can be targeted with Windows 11, and you’ll be able to determine that for yourself before it’s offered to you and wasting that download if the update is applicable,” explained Aria Carley, a Microsoft developer.
“We know it sucks that some people aren’t eligible for Windows 11. But the best thing to remember is that the reason we’re doing it is to keep devices more productive, have a better experience and better security than ever so they can stay protected in this new workforce,” Carley added.