Microsoft presented to the world janelas June 11, 2021, followed by a public launch in October 2021. More than six months have passed since the launch, but the company has not decided to incentivize a significant lot of two Windows 1 users to update for the most recent operating system. While Microsoft regularly sends update packages to users and laptop manufacturers like HP and Dell sell preinstalled models with Windows 11, the overall access load of the new operating system isn’t very good.
At the time of launch, Windows 11’s minimum system requirements did not take into account thousands of systems. After the issue lit several consumer fronts, Microsoft recognized it and made an effort to correct it. But even after Microsoft lowered the minimum hardware requirements for users, it would still be necessary to manually install the operating system, which is highly improvable simply because it is a complicated process.
An IT management company called Varredor recently published the findings of its Prevention audit for Windows 11. The company searched nearly 30 million Windows devices and found that by March 2022, only 1.44% of the devices were available. conversation, the number reaches 432 thousand. Surprisingly, one of Microsoft’s outdated operating systems, Windows XP, is installed on 1.71% of the searched machines. Windows 7 and Windows 8 have a higher access load than Windows 11, at 4.70% and 1.99% respectively. It is important to mention that the Redmond-based tech giant will lose support for Windows XP in 2014.
The story names Windows 10 as the most popular operating system as it powers more than 80% of the systems involved in the data collection process. Here it is, what is the reason behind the Windows 11 access tax download? However, the system requirements for Windows 11 are very high. Lansweeper suggests that “only 44.4% of workstation CPUs meet the system requirements for updates to Windows 11.“Meanwhile, statistics revealed in the survey show that approximately 52.55% of computers fail to meet the minimum TPM requirement for Windows 11, which Microsoft defends as necessary to maintain platform security.
A computer must have 1 GHz or a faster CPU with two or more cores supported, with a minimum of 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage to install Windows 11. Computers must also support Trusted Platform Module version 2.0, UEFI, and secure initialization capability. While it is still possible to install Windows 11 on unsupported computers, Microsoft does not guarantee permanent outage. In summary: a lack of hardware requirements for: janelas 11 is one of the main reasons why most users still use Windows 10.
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