Ashampoo Windows 11 Compatibility Check is a free and new tool that you can use to test Windows 11 compatibility with your system. If you are also excited to try out Windows 11 on your system and want to install it very quickly on your desktop or laptop computer, you first need to know if it is possible to install it on your system. find. Microsoft has just introduced a new version of its operating system called Windows 11, and this version is now available to users so that people can try it on their system sooner than other general users.
Is your PC ready for Windows 11? If not, would you still like to install it anyway? Check your Windows 11 compatibility and enable OS installation. By default, Windows 11 will only run on PCs that meet the minimum requirements. Windows 11 Check & Enable quickly analyzes your hardware and reports possible issues.
Your chance to run Windows 11
Even if your PC is deemed incompatible, there’s a loophole: Windows 11 Check & Enable can allow your PC to install Windows 11 in the event of an incompatible CPU or missing TPM 2.0 support! In this case, the far more prevalent TPM 1.20 is all you need. Windows 11 Check & Enable can add two Registry entries to your system to allow installation of Windows 11 anyway. Note that, if you install Windows 11 on an officially unsupported system, Microsoft will no longer support your PC and it won’t be entitled to receive updates.
How does Windows 11 Check & Enable work?
The verification process includes TPM (trusted platform module) as well as all installed or connected components, and relevant configurations. The following hardware components and configurations are inspected: CPU, RAM, hard disk, display resolution, graphics card, DirectX, WDDM, TPM, UEFI, SecureBoot. If your PC fails in any of these categories, you’ll be notified along with possible fixes.
Is it (legally) safe to allow the installation of Windows 11 through Windows 11 Check & Enable?
Absolutely. Microsoft have themselves pointed out that Windows 11 is installable on systems that fail to meet all of their system requirements. Installation on numerous test PCs went flawlessly. Yet, for liability reasons, Microsoft still cite theoretical risks and the possibility that future updates may be unavailable. We therefore recommend (as with any major upgrade!) that you back up your machine with Ashampoo® Backup Pro 16 prior to the OS upgrade. A complete system backup ensures you can try out the new OS risk-free.