Microsoft has released a new video talking about viable Windows 11 upgrade paths and deployment tools.
In the new video (seen below) Microsoft describe the session as the following:
Are you planning your migration from Windows 10 to Windows 11? Are you unsure which tools you should use to help with the migration? Join our panel of experts and get your questions answered! We’ll have experts in Endpoint analytics, Windows updates, Microsoft Endpoint Manager, and more on hand to help you understand the right path to take for a successful Windows 11 migration.
Windows 11 comes with new minimum system requirements and those with incompatible hardware will be stuck with Windows 10.
The new requirements will not work for people with older laptops and PCs, and Microsoft has again clarified that all Windows 11 upgrade paths will be blocked for users with unsupported hardware.
Microsoft address this in the video saying:
“We know it sucks that some aren’t going to be eligible for Windows 11, but the great thing to remember is the reason we’re doing [this] is to keep to devices more productive and [ensure that they have] security than ever before so they can stay protected in this new workforce,”
Check out the video below..
What do you think of these hardware requirements?