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i have an hp pavilion 24-b223w aio, can i upgrade system to download windows 11?

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@ram472 -- launch "Windows Update" on your computer. Below the list of security-updates will be a hyperlink to a tool that you can download & run to analyze your computer, and report on the upgrades that you will need to be able to install Windows 11.


However, in my experience, the costs for the required upgrades approaches the cost of a brand-new computer that comes with Windows 11 preloaded.  Also, with an All-In-One, instead of a desktop system, it is much more difficult to replace any "deficient" components to get to a "compatible" situation.


Note that Microsoft will support Windows 10 until October 2025 -- nearly 4 years from now. So, keep Windows 10, and plan to buy a new computer, in a few years. By that time, your disk-drive will be "old", and may become non-reliable -- a good reason to replace the whole computer.


Yes, there are contributors on this forum that can tell you how to bypass the requirements for Windows 11, in order to install it. They are correct, but one never knows if Microsoft will close that "loophole" at some future date.


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Processor upgrade information

  • TDP: 35 W
  • Socket type: LGA 1151
Motherboard supports the following processor upgrades:
Integrated Graphics
Intel Core i7-7700T (Kabylake) 2.9 GHz Quad Core
35 W
Intel HD Graphics 630
Intel Core i5-7400T (Kabylake) 2.4 GHz Quad Core
35 W
Intel HD Graphics 630
Intel Core i3-7100T (Kabylake) 3.4 GHz Dual Core
35 W
Intel HD Graphics 630
Intel Pentium G4560T (Kabylake) 2.9 GHz Dual Core
35 W
Intel HD Graphics 610


Check, but your processor, cannot be upgraded to a processor, supported by windows 11
and probably not the only problem

Windows 11 on devices that don't meet minimum system requirements 
We risk having serious problems, probably updates, security problems, we do not really know what else

If the installation goes well for some, for others it can be complicated
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Hp also might not provide any update:

HP PCs – Support for Windows 11 | HP® Customer Supportbr>

Think carefully, before taking the risk, see the experiences of other users, see if it can be interesting, or if you can wait to have a new computer later, 100% compatible!
Windows 10 remains one of the best systems, and can be used for quite a while.

I have performed the installation with a compatible computer ..
And I can not take full advantage of the more or less interesting features, because you have to have a certain material
So far, so there is nothing extraordinary about this system
So if the computer is not compatible, you have little interest in using it ..
In some cases, we can have more problem than something else (performance etc), it is better to wait until most of the bugs are solved.
And even better to have a 100% compatible computer, in order to be able to take advantage of the available features
Now, if you want to give it a try, first plan to use specialized software, and make a ghost copy of your installation.


But if you want to give it a try, taking some precautions
@Paul_Tikkanen  to guide you in the manipulation


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Hi, @ram472 


Your PC cannot be upgraded to meet the W11 hardware requirements.


You can install W11 on your PC, but only if you use some tricks to bypass the W11 hardware checks, because your PC does not meet the minimum W11 hardware requirements.


I can give you two easy ways to upgrade to W11 if you are interested in trying it out.

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