Windows 11 Upgrade: How Microsoft Mistakenly Offered It To Unsupported PCs
Microsoft’s latest operating system, Windows 11, has generated considerable buzz since its announcement. However, its rollout has not been without hiccups, as evidenced by recent reports of some Windows 10 users receiving upgrade prompts despite their devices not meeting the minimum requirements.
According to reports, a Twitter user by the name of PhantomOcean3 was among the first to notice the error when Windows 10 displayed a full-screen notification informing him that he could install the software on a system that only had 2GB of RAM. This issue affected certain hardware-ineligible Windows 10 and Windows 11 devices and prompted an inaccurate upgrade offer to Windows 11.