*** Microsoft Windows 11 Thoughts & Discussion Thread ***

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THink i'll give it a couple of weeks to see more feedback, seen a post saying gpu performance is down a bit in win 11.

+1

I'm not putting it on my gaming PC until there is a reason to, like not being able to play a game or win 10 support ending.
 
Soldato
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don't forget Win 11 GeForce driver :)
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Hi everyone,

I have enabled fTPM and secure boot (standard) and windows update still says my system does not meet the requirements. Any ideas?
Thanks!

EDIT:
The MS PC Health Check tool says my PC meets the requirements and is green for all conditions. Windows Update still says the system does not meet requirements though?
 

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What's the point in adding it if they going to tell you how to bypass it lol I bet it's a marketing con.

Pretty much. There is zero reason why so many CPU models are off the compat list. TPM ok can have a legit reason in the aid of security/integrity when encryption is used etc but the vast majority of people don't know of it let alone use drive encryption. or other local encryption requiring a hardware based store for keys.

Otherwise if they were fully doubling down then they'd not give you the way to work around it lol.
 
Soldato
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You can restore quick launch yep via right clicking the taskbar > toolbars > links then copy pasting your shortcuts you want or dragging whatever to the links toolbar :cool:
As above though, you have various options to get how you like it.
Quick dirty gif I did to demonstrate:

Thanks a lot for confirming, Not a fan of the W11 menus so this will be the first thing I do! lol
 
Soldato
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Ok, that's pretty much bang on, thank you :)

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For those who don't know what they are looking for in the BIOS this is what it looks like. These are screenshots of my BIOS.

You shouldn't have to bother with even going in to the Trusted Computing settings screen, i left everything as it was set and the Windows 11 compatibility tool said i was ready to go at that, but if you want to look in there to compare its the second image.

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Just update the bios, most boards received a bios update at the end of July which updated the bios to automatically support W11 without the user having to mess around in bios settings
 
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