The Windows 11 24H2 update is coming, but not everyone will be entitled to it. Your processor must be officially supported. Or not. This tool tells you if you can still install the 24H2 without risk.
Annual Windows 11 updates are generally quite anticipated, and rightfully so. They always bring a lot of improvements and new features that renew the experience to different degrees. The next one is numbered 24H2. Microsoft has confirmed that this is indeed what users are entitled to once a year. This means by extension that Windows 12 will not arrive in 2024. Unless there is a change in schedule, the Windows 11 24H2 update will arrive in September and will be rather substantial.
In addition to the additions that will benefit Copilot, the artificial intelligence which celebrated its one year anniversary, we note the arrival of the famous sudo command, a functionality to make your applications and games more beautiful, or another which transforms your Android smartphone into a webcam . All this makes you want, but some will not be entitled to it even though their PC is running Windows 11. As the updates continue, the minimum configuration requirements are evolvingparticularly on the processor which equips your machine. But all hope is not lost.
This tool confirms if Windows 11 24H2 will work despite an officially non-compatible processor
Technically, just because Microsoft doesn’t list your processor in its official list doesn’t mean Windows 11 24H2 won’t work on your computer. On the other hand, it is difficult to be sure without trying, which can be risky in the event of a problem. That was without counting on Bob Pony. The Internet user developed a tool that checks if an unsupported PC can run the 24H2 update.
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Based on the beta version 26052 of the operating system and available by clicking on the link contained in the post below, the program is a pre-installation environment (WinPE). The idea is to create a external boot media with a USB key for example and boot from it. If your PC launches into the environment, you will see a window saying that it supports 24H2 updating, regardless of your processor.
Are you wondering if Windows 11 Version 24H2 will WORK on your old PC?
I’ve just made a Windows PE, based off Windows 11 Build 26052.
It’s simple to use, if it BOOTS into the environment then your PC supports Windows 11 24H2!
Rep1y below if it works! pic.twitter.com/IqKxr70ntc