As the Windows 11 hype continues to swirl across the internet, computer maker ASUS has decided to jump on and create a number of motherboards which will be offering absolute support for the new Windows 11 update – how cool is that.
The company revealed a number of its motherboards which will have absolute support for the next-generation Windows 11 operating system as updated on its official company’s website as reported by WccFTech.
The thing with the new Windows 11 update is that not so many people have been able to get their hands on the software or they have computers that do not meet the minimum requirements to run the operating system successfully. While there have been several leaks and releases about what the new operating will look and function like, it’s often not advisable to have it downloaded on your primary machine as it could wreck a serious havoc especially if you’re running it as the base OS rather than as a virtual OS.
With the number of motherboards from ASUS offering support for the new Windows 11, that might just change everything pretty quick even before the official release of the software by Microsoft which ASUS has however put a disclaimer stating that “Windows 11 has not been officially released and there might be stability issues with the Insider Preview build as it has not passed formal hardware validation and qualification. The installation or upgrade to the Windows 11 Insider Preview or any third party software is done at your own discretion and risk. You will be solely responsible for any damage to your system or loss of data that results from that activity. ASUS will not be liable for any losses and damages in connection with the use of Windows 11.”
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So it’s generally not advisable or at least proceed with caution if you’re going to run this on your primary PC. However, if you’re curious and want to experience the new update for yourself then you can do a backup of your computer first before proceeding.
Microsoft released a number of minimum requirements your PC must meet in order to run the new update which includes a CPU with dual or more multiple cores that clocked at 1GHz and then 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage.
TPM version 2.0 is also required along with a DirectX 12 compatible graphics card among other requirements. And ASUS released a number of supported motherboards for the Windows 11 update on its official website which can be found here.