The ReadySunValley app will help you check if your current Windows 10 PC is compatible with the upcoming release of Windows 11.
The upcoming release of Windows 11 brings a new UI (User Interface), a centered taskbar, redesigned Start Menu, Explorer, App store, Android app support, and more.
Find out if your device is compatible with Windows 11 with ReadySunValley, a tiny app that can check if your Windows 10 PC is going to be compatible with Windows 11, generates a detailed report, and offers to fix some failed results with a registry hack.
ReadySunValley doesn’t require installation and has versions for both 32-bit and 64-bit architecture. The app currently checks 11 items for compatibility and is under active development. Microsoft has offered similar compatibility testing tools in the past but hasn’t released one as yet for Windows 11.
If your computer is a year or two old, has the basic hardware components of 1GHz, 2-core processors, 4GB memory, and 64GB of storage, it’ll probably be fine. Older computers are less likely to work with Windows 11.
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