Your computers are too old!
   
Windows 11 will require a minimum Intel 7th Gen CPUs, TPM 2.0 (Trusted Platform Module) support, 4GB of RAM, and 64GB of storage.
   

Microsoft’s decision to force Windows 11 users into TPM, Secure Boot, is to do with ransomware and malware attacks. In the past, Microsoft has combated these threats on a software level. Now, hardware will feature more strongly with old and vulnerable equipment replaced by robust, secure and, more importantly, up to date hardware technology requirements to run the secure Windows 11.

Windows 11 has enhanced multitasking with features like Snap layouts, Snap groups, and multiple Desktops, which provide ways to organize applications and workspace environments. Exciting features such as Chat with Microsoft Teams and Android apps in the Microsoft Store aren't yet available but are expected within the next few months.

While you will be able to upgrade to Windows 11 for free if you already have a Windows 10 license for many businesses, now is a good time to start investing in a roll-out roadmap for all the incompatible equipment currently in use. Due to technical problems, Microsoft has temporarily withdrawn the PC Health Check Tool, which can determine if your equipment is compatible with running Windows 11; however, the tool should be back up fairly soon. Check out the Microsoft website for its return and more information about the new operating system.
   
Talk to us about your hardware concerns. We can advise you on eligibility and provide you with brand new equipment or cost-effective alternatives through our refurbished computers and laptops supply channel.