Microsoft before launching Windows 11, announced that anyone who tried to force the new operating system onto non-compatible PCs will not get updates. In fact, some users have reported seeing a pop-up window; asking them to sign a release acknowledging that any damages to their PC caused by a lack of compatibility will not be covered under their manufacturer’s guarantee.
Microsoft the first official patch for Windows 11 (update KB5006674) was put out on Tuesday, October 12. After that, MSPoweruser has confirmed that unsupported laptops and PCs have successfully upgraded.
According to GHacks.net and HTNovo, non-compatible PCs running the Windows 11 operating system have successfully gotten the first full patch via Windows Update. The patch includes Microsoft Defender Antivirus, the.NET Framework, and the Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool updates.
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However, there’s no guarantee that future updates will be transmitted properly. There are a variety of reasons why this could have happened. The reasons range from a technical glitch to Microsoft failing to figure out how to prevent unwanted systems from obtaining automatic system updates.
We assumed that when Microsoft said devices won’t be supported, it was more of a threat to discontinue support manually. However, it might also be a claim to protect the firm; in case users running Windows 11 on non-compliant systems try to complain about a missed update.
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