Ever since the reveal of Windows 11 by Microsoft, everyone has been trying to get their hands on the latest Windows operating system to understand how it works and how it looks. Since the new operating system comes with an entirely new theme, design changes, and other optimizations, the hardware requirement for the operating system has also changed. When the details of the operating system were revealed, the minimum requirement to run the operating system was listed as the latest chip in the market, which made the older chipset obsolete in terms of running Windows 11.
Due to this, many users had doubts on whether they can install the operating system on their existing system, for which Microsoft has published a new video, letting them know whether the operating system can be installed bypassing some restrictions. Since Windows 11 uses the Intel 8th generation processors or AMD Xen 2 and newer chipset, the company believes that the new chipset is capable of handling and processing the security and reliability of Windows 11.
Therefore, before one can install Windows 11, they will have to download a Windows update which will check if the system has the minimum requirements. If not, it will display an error message and an inability to install Windows. Since Windows 11 had a major focus on security, Microsoft does not want to compromise on the same wants to ensure the quality. So the question arises if the restrictions on installing can be bypassed. For now, there is no such way and one can only install the operating system if their system is eligible.