Microsoft updates PC Health Check App with bug fix TPM issue

Microsoft announced Windows 11 this week rival Apple macOS and Google Chrome OS. The new version of Windows 11 should need at least TPM 2.0 or Intel & AMD eight-generation or later processor.

Microsoft released a PC Health Check App to whether your PC hardware supports Windows 11 or not. You can simply install the PC Health Check App via the Microsoft site.

The PC Health Check App has now received a new update that will fix the previous issue on undetected TPM-supported hardware. Previous, Most users received an error, your PC doesn’t support Windows 11, You may get the Windows 10 updates.

Windows 11 hardware requirements:

  • A 64Bit processor with 1GHz or faster with 2 or more cores
  • 4 GB of RAM
  • 64 GB or more of storage.
  • Trusted Platform Module (TPM) version 2.0
  • Graphics card compatible with Dirext X 12 or later

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Microsoft has confirmed the Windows 11 Insider Previews will be rollout next week to all Windows 10 insiders users if their PC meets the Windows 11 OS requirements. Moreover, The final build of Windows 11 might be available in Q4,2021.

Here a catch, a lot of users used custom desktop for work and gaming pc setup. Some Microsoft hardware partners don’t have TPM chips installed in their hardware. This will result in getting error on Windows 11 Health Check App, “This PC can’t run Windows 11″/

TPM required for verifying the hardware is original and secure manufactured by supported OEM issued on Microsoft partners for installation Windows OS.