Win11? Oh dear

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Bruce

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Suz - yes, I would be waiting a bit if the current PC is still doing what you need.
as you'll see in jmarket's link, it's looking like Win11 will be forcing a lot a people into a new PC if they want to install it.
classic Microsoft!
 

Bastet

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My laptop, while it meets the minimum requirements can’t (currently) run Win 11 due to graphics card being Skylake. I believe it will run Win 11.
I’ll not be purchasing a new laptop when Win 11 comes out.
If you ran the MS compatibility tool which component failed the test?
 
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