Microsoft announced in its blog post today that it will temporarily remove software that shows whether your system has uninstalled Windows 11. The justification was a confession: The software doesn’t provide enough information as to why the system couldn’t remove it.
Although Microsoft has repeatedly announced that a new Windows version will not be released until recently, it started preparations with a sudden turn. The company has introduced the new operating system that we have seen many times over the past weeks. Windows 11’i Officially on June 24 introduced. However, although Windows 11 was appreciated by many with its design and features, it made everyone sad.
The sad part of the operating system was the system requirements. Microsoft minimum system requirements, Even some computers released as recently as 2018 It meant it couldn’t be run. We could learn whether our operating system could be removed from Microsoft’s software called ‘PC System State Check’.
PC Health Check is out of date for a while:
Although Microsoft provided information about whether the system would remove Windows 11, the explanations made if it did not remove this software were somewhat inadequate. Microsoft also stated that they are aware of this situation in a blog post published today. by confessing announced that they removed the software for a while:
“Based on the feedback so far, what you’d expect from us on why a Windows 10 PC doesn’t meet the upgrade requirements enough to present detail and accuracy We accept that you are not ready. We’re temporarily removing the app so our teams can evaluate the feedback. We’ll be bringing it back online this fall to prepare for general availability.”
Microsoft also explained why they want these system requirements:
The company summarized why Windows 11 wanted such a system requirement. in 3 titles explained: Security, reliability, compatibility:
- Security: Windows 11 raises the bar on security by requiring hardware that can enable protections such as Windows Hello, Device Encryption, virtualization-based security (VBS), hypervisor protected code integrity (HVCI), and Secure Boot. This combination of features was shown to reduce malware by 60% on tested devices. To meet the principle, all Windows 11 powered CPUs have a built-in TPM, support secure boot and VBS and certain VBS capabilities.
- Reliability: By choosing CPUs supported by our OEM and silicon partners that adopt the new Windows driver model and provide a 99.8% crash-free experience; Devices upgraded to Windows 11 will be in a supported and trusted state.
- Compatibility: Windows 11 is designed to be compatible with the apps you use. It has baselines of 2-core processors higher than 1 GHz, 4GB of memory and 64GB of storage, in line with our minimum system requirements for Office and Microsoft Teams.