will this pc run win11

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    10 Home x64 (22H2) (10 Pro on 2nd pc)
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    corvairbob said:
    ....what do you guys thing of one of these? it is said to be a windows pc about the size of a tv streamer so all i add is the mouse keyboard and monitor then plug it into the router like me hp probook. it is small so will not take much room. and more them likely will be win11 ready? i wonder if this little guy has the security tpm modules and other things win11 requires to be secure?

    Mini Micro PC Windows 11Pro, Intel 11th Gen N5095 Windows 11 8GB RAM 256GB SSD or this one
    AEROFARA Mini PC Windows 11 Pro Intel N5095 Desktop Computer 8GB RAM DDR4 512GB
    Yes, they will have TPM 2.0. Intel processors from 8th gen onwards support a firmware implementation of TPM called Platform Trust Technology (PTT) which is fully Windows 11 compatible.

    If your computer is based on the 8th Generation or later Intel® Core™ Processor family, you can rest assured knowing your system has Intel® Platform Trust Technology (Intel® PTT), an integrated TPM that adheres to the 2.0 specifications. Intel® PTT offers the same capabilities of a discrete TPM only it resides in the system’s firmware, thus removing the need for dedicated processing or memory resources.
    What Is a Trusted Platform Module (TPM) Intel


    or should i not look at this type of pc? being i do not use the dvr and these have the hd built into them in an ssd drive and onboard memory
    There are limitations with something that small. It may well be that the RAM is built in and not upgradeable. I don't have one, but there are many happy users of mini PCs on these forums.
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    win 10 64 bit os x64 based processor now with 20h2 update
    Thread Starter
       #22

    they say the memory can be upgraded. but 8gb of ram should be plenty for ust plain old internet stuff we do not do gaming or drafting just emails and surfing and forums. facebook etc. thanks
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  3. Posts : 31,644
    10 Home x64 (22H2) (10 Pro on 2nd pc)
       #23

    corvairbob said:
    ... 8gb of ram should be plenty for ust plain old internet stuff we do not do gaming or drafting just emails and surfing and forums. ...
    Yes, should be plenty. I have W11 running well for that sort of use on supported devices with just 4GB RAM.
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    win 10 64 bit os x64 based processor now with 20h2 update
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       #24

    Bree said:
    Yes, should be plenty. I have W11 running well for that sort of use on supported devices with just 4GB RAM.
    thanks. being i bet win10 will just go out of service after the stated date and not get the security updates like the chromebooks did and all the older pcs on ebay will be there for that reason it may be just a good idea to get one of those and then the monitor size i want and the keyboard and mouse and be done with it. now we use the probook mine has the 14" screen and the wifes has the 15 or 16" screen but we both have to magnify the screen so a larger screen should do just fine. being all we really do is email and banking as facebook stuff one of those should work good. and be as good or even better than the all in one units as if the screen was to fail on one of them you have to get the complete unit. if i get them i will get at least 8gb ram and a 500gb ssd drive. i do see them on walmart the win10 model and that should be win11 updateable like this one



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  5. Posts : 69
    Windows 10 PRO
       #25

    Install Rufus, then you can override the conditions for Windows 11. You can also bypass the login details. When you then install Windows 11 do not the PC connected to WiFi.
    Rufus - Create bootable USB drives the easy way
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    win 10 64 bit os x64 based processor now with 20h2 update
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    worldstream said:
    Install Rufus, then you can override the conditions for Windows 11. You can also bypass the login details. When you then install Windows 11 do not the PC connected to WiFi.
    Rufus - Create bootable USB drives the easy way
    i have win11 on a stick now but i do not believe if i run it on a pc that does not meet the minimum standards that i will have the same security protection. so i do not use it now. i did run it on a bare bones pc but i really don't care for how it was laid out. and i have in on linux but i don't really want to go down the learning curve just yet with linux thanks
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  7. Posts : 6,303
    Windows 11 Pro - Windows 7 HP - Lubuntu
       #27

    corvairbob said:
    i have win11 on a stick now but i do not believe if i run it on a pc that does not meet the minimum standards that i will have the same security protection. so i do not use it now. i did run it on a bare bones pc but i really don't care for how it was laid out. and i have in on linux but i don't really want to go down the learning curve just yet with linux thanks
    The workarounds just don't check if you have the hardware requirements. Once installed it is same as a regular win 11 install on a computer that has all hardware requirements. It will update normally but it won't upgrade (23h2) as it is a new install and you have to apply the workarounds again. The main problem is that it has a different GUI and you have to learn how to use it (again).
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  8. Posts : 18,432
    Windows 11 Pro
       #28

    corvairbob said:
    i have win11 on a stick now but i do not believe if i run it on a pc that does not meet the minimum standards that i will have the same security protection. so i do not use it now. i did run it on a bare bones pc but i really don't care for how it was laid out. and i have in on linux but i don't really want to go down the learning curve just yet with linux thanks
    The only difference in security is that if the computer does not have TPM, then, obviously, TPM cannot be used to store decryption keys.
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  9. Posts : 69
    Windows 10 PRO
       #29

    corvairbob said:
    I have win11 on a stick now but I do not believe if I run it on a pc that does not meet the minimum standards that I will have the same security protection. so I do not use it now. I did run it on a bare-bones pc but I really don't care for how it was laid out. and I have in on Linux but I don't really want to go down the learning curve just yet with Linux thanks
    What's to learn? Just follow the instructions and you be able to install W11 bypassing all requirements.
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