Microsoft has unveiled Windows 11, a revamped and enhanced edition of its predecessor, Windows 10. The company has confirmed that all current Windows 10 users holding a legitimate license will be eligible for Windows 11 updates.
This announcement has been welcomed with open arms by many users as it eradicates the need for any additional expenditure for the upgrade. It's important to note that this provision also extends to those employing KMSPico for activation, as they are expected to be compatible and continue to receive updates from Microsoft.
Nonetheless, there are certain prerequisites to be met. Windows 11 will operate exclusively on machines with TPM 2.0 activated and on processors that are of the 7th generation or newer. In case your device fulfills these conditions, you will be qualified for the update. However, if these requirements are not met, your system will continue to receive standard updates only.
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