Windows 11 appeared and is available for installation. However, many people face a problem where they cannot install the operating system even if their PC is on Windows 11 system requirements to fulfill.
as Newer Windows According to reports, many people incorrectly see that “This PC does not currently meet the requirements for Windows 11” when they try to install the new operating system on their PC.
When installing Windows 11, some people use a file computer health checkapp to check if their computer is compatible with the new operating system.
If your computer can handle Windows 11, you can proceed with the installation. But if not, PC Health Check will tell you what to do to make your PC compatible. In some cases, it is necessary to enable the TPM through the BIOS of your computer. If that works, you can continue with the installation process.
However, some Windows users find that they cannot install Windows 11 even after a PC health check says that they can. This is very frustrating for the users. Even restarting the computer and trying to install again does not help.
What can you do?
There is currently not much you can do about this complexity. Microsoft is working on a solution and says it is “aware of the problem”.
If you’re experiencing this issue, Microsoft recommends that you report it through the feedback center in Windows 10 so that the company has a better idea of the cause and the extent of the problem.
We hope the issue will be resolved soon. Upgrading to Windows 11 is currently difficult enough, among other things, due to TPM requirements.