The tech giant Microsoft unveiled the latest Windows 11 in the month of June last year and then the company rolled out the new operating system by the month of October last year. Windows 11 is packed with lots of new features and the company also brings new animations as well as sounds on the board.
Having said that, the support for the Android applications is one of the biggest highlighting elements of the new operating system of Microsoft and the same is started to roll out across the globe. With the new feature, you can able to experience your favourite Android applications on your computer and the same can be done without the help of any Android emulators.
Microsoft has also updated the system requirements for the windows 11 operating system as well but some users managed to get installed the operating system on the computer.
But now Microsoft is coming up with a new watermark for the unsupported devices and the same will be visible at the bottom corner of the screen.
The watermark for the unsupported device is similar to the unactivated Windows version and the same will be available at the bottom corner of the screen of your computer and it will take to the settings app while clicking on the same.
If you are unaware about the new system requirements of the Windows 11 operating system then you can check it out below.
Windows 11 requirements
It supports chipsets with 2 or more cores having 1 GHz or faster speed along with at least 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. It also requires that the PC run on TPM version 2.0 and supports DirectX 12.
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