Microsoft released the first working build of Windows 11 for wide access. All Windows Insider members can get it. In the comments on the official tweet on their channel, the company has already received a bunch of complaints.
Most of them concern the systems incompatibility with old machines and installation errors: many have problems with the encryption module TPM. Recall, the announcement of Windows 11 sparked a barrage of criticism after the way Microsoft announced the system requirements.
Mysteriously, all Intel models older than Intel Core 8000 have disappeared from the list of supported processors, and all AMD models are older than Ryzen 2000. No reason for this decision is still unnamed.
The estimated release date for Windows 11 is October 20. This is hinted at by promo materials that show this number too often.
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