Microsoft is now making it easier for anyone to check if their PC supports Windows 11.
They have released a Windows 11 PC Health Check app. This app, which was previously available to Windows Insiders, can now be downloaded by members of the public.
If you’re unsure whether your PC will be able to run Windows 11, running the new Windows 11 PC Health Check app is the fastest way to check.
Just a quick recap of the Windows 11 Systems requirements – You need a 64-bit CPU with at least two cores and 1GHz clock speeds, 4GB of RAM, and 64GB of storage.
You’re also going to need TPM 2.0, a feature that’s been included in laptops and off-the-shelf desktops for the past few years, but may not be enabled if you have a custom-built PC.
Now, get started.
If you know which OS architecture your device is using, please download the needed version below.
If you need to verify your architecture, please review the following steps:
- Click the Start button
- Type About
- Launch the About your PC system application
- Verify the following:
- If Edition shows “Windows 10 Home in S mode”, please select the S mode download.
- If System Type shows “64-bit operating system”, please select the 64-bit download.
- If System Type shows “32-bit operating system” or any ARM version is displayed, please select the ARM or 32-Bit download.
Download the PC Health Check app
You can now download the PC Health Check app below to see if your PC is ready for Windows 11.