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    win 10 64 bit os x64 based processor now with 20h2 update
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    will this pc run win11


    i have a handle on an all in one pc that is this model HP 20-c010 All In One Desktop PC Intel Celeron and has this Processor
    AMD E2-7110. and this speed Processor Speed 1.80 GHz. i hope it is fast enough for average use. now i have the hp probooks in laptop but the screens are small now so that i need to do the enlargement in emails and forums as the font is so small. so i'm hoping the 20" screen will present itself with better email and forums fonts. so does anyone happen to know if it might be win11 ready? i may not go to win11 until i have to but if i have to i will then need a pc that is ready for that OS. thanks
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    Win 10 Home ♦♦♦19045.4529 (x64) [22H2]
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    corvairbob said:
    i have a handle on an all in one pc that is this model HP 20-c010 All In One Desktop PC Intel Celeron and has this Processor
    AMD E2-7110. and this speed Processor Speed 1.80 GHz. i hope it is fast enough for average use. now i have the hp probooks in laptop but the screens are small now so that i need to do the enlargement in emails and forums as the font is so small. so i'm hoping the 20" screen will present itself with better email and forums fonts. so does anyone happen to know if it might be win11 ready? i may not go to win11 until i have to but if i have to i will then need a pc that is ready for that OS. thanks



    Get WhyNotWin11.exe from the link below. Run it and if all the boxes come up GREEN.. you can run Windows 11.

    Release 2.5.0.4 - There's nothing stronger than (Processor) family . rcmaehl/WhyNotWin11 . GitHub



    It will look like this if you're compatible with Win 11...

    will this pc run win11-github-tool-results.png





    Now... this only means you're officially compatible.
    Really though, you can run Win 11 on anything.

    Let's install Windows 11 on incompatible hardware | Windows 11 Forum
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  3. Posts : 608
    win 10 64 bit os x64 based processor now with 20h2 update
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    i can't because i do not have that pc yet. and my hp probook already tells me it is not win11 compatible, we went down that road last year with the hp probooks but that is why i asked if anyone happens to know or can link me to a site that i can check. i tried a few sites that i bookmarked and they do not yet show this processor so maybe someone knows thanks


    i have whynotwin11 and ran it again on this laptop and it has 5 red boxes. but i do not know about that pc i'm asking about
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  4. Posts : 2,984
    Windows 10 Pro for the Bro
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    I'll be stuck with Windows 10 while you all transfer over to 11.


    will this pc run win11-image.png
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    10 Home x64 (22H2) (10 Pro on 2nd pc)
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    corvairbob said:
    i have a handle on an all in one pc that is this model HP 20-c010 All In One Desktop PC Intel Celeron and has this Processor
    AMD E2-7110. and this speed Processor Speed 1.80 GHz. i hope it is fast enough for average use. now i have the hp probooks in laptop but the screens are small now so that i need to do the enlargement in emails and forums as the font is so small. so i'm hoping the 20" screen will present itself with better email and forums fonts. so does anyone happen to know if it might be win11 ready? i may not go to win11 until i have to but if i have to i will then need a pc that is ready for that OS. thanks
    The HP 20-c010 has an Intel Celeron J3060....

    HP All-in-One - 20-c010 (ENERGY STAR) PC Product Specifications

    ...I'm not sure where you got the idea it had an AMD E2-7110, but neither that Intel or that AMD processor is on Microsoft's lists of supported processors for Windows 11.

    Windows 11 supported Intel processors
    Windows 11 supported AMD processors

    Windows 11 can run on unsupported hardware, but the installer won't let you install or upgrade to Windows 11 on an unsupported device. There are workarounds to bypass the hardware checks and get it installed, but if you want Windows 11 then you'd be best advised to get a supported device.
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    Win 10 Home ♦♦♦19045.4529 (x64) [22H2]
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    corvairbob said:
    i can't because i do not have that pc yet. and my hp probook already tells me it is not win11 compatible, we went down that road last year with the hp probooks but that is why i asked if anyone happens to know or can link me to a site that i can check. i tried a few sites that i bookmarked and they do not yet show this processor so maybe someone knows thanks


    i have whynotwin11 and ran it again on this laptop and it has 5 red boxes. but i do not know about that pc i'm asking about



    Here's the list of compatible AMD processors. I don't see yours on there, but I may have missed it...

    https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/wi...amd-processors



    Here's the Intel list as well...

    https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/wi...tel-processors
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  7. Posts : 608
    win 10 64 bit os x64 based processor now with 20h2 update
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    thanks that amd processor came from the listing it may be incorrect as suggested here. i do not want win11 but in a few years we all may not have much choice. so because i'm looking for the all in one type pc because for one i do not have space for a tower and where we use them we have space for laptops but the screen size is starting to be just to small. old age eyes if you know what i mean. we both now have to use the enlargement with ctrl and the scroll wheel to make text larger. so because i could not find that processor i asked here just in case i missed it as well, it kind of sounds like it is not there and so these pcs are not ready to run win11 if that happens to be the next OS requirement. thanks
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  8. Posts : 2,984
    Windows 10 Pro for the Bro
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    corvairbob, check out this app:
    will this pc run win11-image.png

    WinTools website has the most up to date version.

    I make the font of certain system things to look bigger.


    (notice how the title of the window is a bit bigger and in bold font? You can change these types of things in this app)
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  9. Posts : 18,443
    Windows 11 Pro
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    corvairbob said:
    thanks that amd processor came from the listing it may be incorrect as suggested here. i do not want win11 but in a few years we all may not have much choice. so because i'm looking for the all in one type pc because for one i do not have space for a tower and where we use them we have space for laptops but the screen size is starting to be just to small. old age eyes if you know what i mean. we both now have to use the enlargement with ctrl and the scroll wheel to make text larger. so because i could not find that processor i asked here just in case i missed it as well, it kind of sounds like it is not there and so these pcs are not ready to run win11 if that happens to be the next OS requirement. thanks
    Why not just connect a larger monitor to the laptop?
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  10. Posts : 608
    win 10 64 bit os x64 based processor now with 20h2 update
    Thread Starter
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    pepanee said:
    corvairbob, check out this app:
    will this pc run win11-image.png

    WinTools website has the most up to date version.

    I make the font of certain system things to look bigger.


    (notice how the title of the window is a bit bigger and in bold font? You can change these types of things in this app)



    tried it and window told me to stop so windows must think it is bad this is the file it wanted to install advchange opps i tried it again and it ran the other file was different i have no clue where that other file came from on that page i got when i type in for this app. but this app did run thanks now to figure it out and see if it works better.
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