Unsupported Windows 11 Installs Won’t Get Updates
The news that Microsoft will still allow Windows 11 to be installed and run on an “unsupported PC” has been soared by the confirmation that these users won’t be able to receive updates via Windows Update.
This means that these machines would be vulnerable to security issues and won’t receive any driver updates.
Basically, you can still upgrade your Windows 10 PC through the Windows Media Creation Tool (or by downloading the .ISO file), you’ll be freezing it at whatever version you update to.
In addition, Microsoft has warned that such computers may become unusable, will likely suffer from compatibility issues, and may void the warranty.
Windows 11 will require compatible 64-bit processors, 4GB of memory, 64GB of storage, UEFI secure boot, graphics requirements and TPM 2.0.