Check if you can install Windows 11 on your PC using Microsoft Health Checker for FREE

If you have a Windows 10 laptop or desktop, finding out if you can upgrade to Windows 11 is now a lot easier. Microsoft has relaunched its PC Health Check app just two weeks before Windows 11 official launch.

According to XDA-Developers, Microsoft Health Checker app is apparently available to anyone who wants to download and use it. Microsoft previously released a version of the app to members of its Windows Insiders testing problem earlier this summer, but later it was pulled from circulation. There are three versions of the app you can download: one for 64-bit Windows PCs, one for both 32-bit Windows PCs and ARM-based PCs, and finally one for Windows 10 for S mode PCs.windows 11 pc health check appMicrosoft

The app will let you know if your PC’s processor, graphics card, and other hardware are compatible with the upcoming update to Windows 11. Microsoft has previously said that users will need to have at least an 8th-gen Intel CPU (or a handful of 7th-gen models), or a Zen 2 AMD CPU inside your PC to update to Windows 11 via the standard online Windows Update method. It will also require at least 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. Finally, it must support UEFI secure boot and TPM 2.0.

Microsoft has already announced that if your PC’s CPU technically doesn’t support the upgrade, you can still force it to accept Windows 11 by installing it via an ISO file. It has to have a 64-bit CPU (no 32-bit CPUs allowed) with at least 1GHz of clock speed, along with the 4GB RAM and 64GB storage requirements.

You can download the Windows 11 PC Health Check app at the link below. ( Microsoft Official Link )

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