The Windows 11 requirements have caused some debate over the last few weeks, but if you were looking forward to updating to the new operating system on an enterprise device. A survey from Lansweeper that gathered data from around 30 million PCs across 60,000 organizations has discovered that the majority of devices don’t meet the system requirements set by Microsoft for its upcoming Windows 11 browser.
As reported by Neowin, the Windows 11 Readiness Audit revealed that over 55% don’t use a supported CPU to run the OS, with an additional 19% of laptops and PCs surveyed failing to meet the controversial TPM 2.0 requirement.
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