Subtract Windows 11 It didn’t go quite smoothly. Microsoft quickly made it clear that anyone who installed the new operating system on unsupported computers would not receive any updates for it. In some cases, users have been shown a notification asking them to do so to sign a statement. Allows users to indicate that they are aware of the potential damage it may cause to their computer due to the incompatibility, and that they are aware that it is not covered by the warranty.
The first official patch for Windows 11 (Update KB5006674) on Tuesday 12 October. In spite of Notifications That there would be no updates, unsupported PCs and laptops were able to install them anyway, reports MSPoweruser.
Both GHacks.net as HTNovo It is reported that unsupported devices running Windows 11 have received the first full patch. It includes Microsoft Defender Antivirus, .NET Framework, and the Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool.
We must, of course, take this news with caution. After all, there is absolutely no guarantee that upcoming updates will also appear on these unsupported devices. There are many different reasons why this is the case now. For starters, it could be a technical issue as Microsoft doesn’t quite know how to exclude unwanted systems from automatic system updates.
We assume that Microsoft was using threatening language when it said it would not provide updates for unsupported PCs and laptops. Of course, it can also be a way to protect the company if users who are running Windows 11 on an unsupported system complain that they have missed an update.
Anyway, we’ve asked Microsoft for clarification and will add it as soon as we get a response.
Analysis: Starting Windows 11 is difficult
Earlier, Microsoft argued that this High system requirements For Windows 11 necessary for security of your system. This also explained the need for devices that were somewhat unusual in the past, such as RPM 2.0 (Trusted platform unit).
Innovative users quickly found a turn for this. Thanks to the GitHub project called “Skip_TPM_Check_on_Dynamic_Update.cmd‘ can you Bypass TPM 2.0 requirements. For example, the Windows 11 installer can completely ignore an inappropriate TPM.
As mentioned, there is no guarantee that upcoming updates will arrive for unsupported devices. Chances are, Microsoft previously flagged major annual updates with new features rather than sporadic security updates. We won’t know until a file is released First major update for Windows 11. It won’t be released until the end of 2022.
The first months after the launch of a new operating system is always a bit uncomfortable. Given Microsoft’s strict attitude towards users who still want to start using the operating system on old devices, we do not recommend circumventing restrictions.
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