Only if you have one of the following processors will you be able to upgrade to the new Windows 11.
By the end of the year, the availability of Windows 11 in the market is expected, not only being already available on computers that are in stores but will also allow Windows 10 users, for a time, to be able to update to the new operating system for free.
But one of the most controversial aspects of Windows 11 is that it will not be compatible with all our computers. Windows 11 has drastically changed the minimum system and startup requirements we had been told that the operating system would need the newest CPUs, at least 4GB of RAM, and a processor or motherboard that supports TPM 2.0, which should be available if you have bought the computer in the last three or four years.
Microsoft later published an application that allowed us to know if our device was compatible with Windows 11, but until now we did not have more specific information about those processors that could or could not allow us to run the operating system.