Are you prepared to make the move over to Windows 11?

Do you work within a organisation that has lots of equipment that will not be compatible with Windows 11?

Let us know, and we can help put together a plan including a budget to help you rollout compatible equipment by the 2025 deadline!

What does this mean?

This means you can now download the latest version of Windows, but don’t panic, Windows 10 will stick around until 2025.

However, it would be advisable to check the compatibility of your computers and laptops with Windows 11 now so that you can plan and budget for potential device upgrades in the future.  

Some of customers already have a planned 4-year roll-out in place.

Will your computers support Windows 11?

Most Windows-enabled devices produced within the last 3 years will support Windows 11, however there are checks which need to be made to ensure you are eligible to upgrade, which include:
  • Processor must be 1GHz or higher with two or more cores. Intel 8th Generation+ for official compatibility

  • Memory capacity must be at least 8GB RAM (8GB if you want to avoid lag)

  • Hard drive must be a minimum 64GB to enable installation (ideally an SSD)

  • Graphics must be compatible with DirectX 12 or WDDM2.0 driver installed

  • Motherboard firmware needs to be UEFI and Secure Boot capable

  • Trusted Platform Module (TPM) 2.0 must be installed

  • If you’re struggling with any of the above, or would like to speak with us about a  future-proofed device roll-out plan, we’re here to help.

    Trusted Platform Module (TPM) 2.0 must be installed