For a few days now, the message shown in the bottom has appeared on the Windows 10 Update screen, where Microsoft tells me: at the moment my PC does not meet the minimum system requirements to run Windows 11
. Is it my problem? I ask Microsoft. I see it differently and I prefer to say that at the moment Windows 11 does not meet the minimum operating system requirements to run on my PC.
It is a Microsoft problem which, in my opinion, is no longer able to make operating systems compatible with older PCs, like my PC, an Intel Core i7-2600K CPU @ 3.40GHz with 8GB of RAM. If Microsoft no longer knows how to make operating systems compatible with the Intel i7 processors of a few years ago, in my opinion, it is better that it devotes itself to horse racing and not to software, with all due respect to Intel and its management.
It is a question of points of View (but also of marketing). In fact, Vista (View in English, Vista in Italian) was a Microsoft operating system, which lasted a short time and was supplanted by Windows 7.
Otherwise, I'm not interested in downloading the PC Health Check app to see if there are any things I can do in the PC Health Check app. I don't give a pipe. It is not me who have to adapt to the new Windows 11 variant, but it is the new Windows 11 variant that must adapt to my hardware, otherwise it will be extinguished. The reasoning also applies to viruses...
I don't know if I get the idea.