At their special event, Microsoft announced the all new Windows 11. The new operating system comes with a visual overhaul, multi-tasking improvements and more. Microsoft is expected to roll out Windows 11 to users later this year but not every device will be able to run Windows 11.
If you are planning to try out Windows 11 then you can check out the minimum specs below:
- 1Ghz 64-bit dual-core processor
- 4GB RAM
- 64GB storage
- 9-inch display (1366×768 resolution)
- UEFI, Secure Boot & TPM 2.0 compatible
- DirectX 12 compatible graphics / WDDM 2.x
The biggest change with Windows 11 is the 64-bit only operating system. Microsoft does not plan to release a 32-bit version of Windows 11, but the OS will continue to support 32-bit software. Apart from that, Microsoft will now need a 9-inch display as well as 64GB storage to run. These changes should make the Windows 11 experience better on all devices but will also increase the specification requirements for budget devices.
If you are worried about Windows 11 requirements, then you can download the Windows PC Health Check (via WalkingCat) app to see if your PC meets the requirements.