How to install Windows 11 on unsupported PC

To assure we are all on the same page, the following procedure will update an existing unsupported Windows 10 PC to Windows 11. On qualifying hardware, this upgrade is performed automatically as part of the standard security update process. On hardware failing to meet the requirements, the installation must be performed manually.



It is important to note that successful Windows 11 installations will still require TPM 1.2 or better and UEFI boot capability. This will also only work for the 64-bit versions of both operating systems. Those requirements are immutable.

Method 1- Manually Install Windows 11 Build

1. To start with, download the official Windows 11 ISO from here (the link has been updated for official Windows 11 ISO).

2. Once downloaded, right-click the file and extract it to an accessible folder. Don’t see the option to extract?  Install 7Zip or WinRAR on your computer.


3. Source Foloder Open  Delete Appraisers.dll



4. Now, open the extracted folder.

5. Click on the setup.exe file to start Windows 11 installation.


6. Once the setup loads up, accept the license terms to proceed with the installation.


7. Then, choose “Keep personal files and apps” and tap Next (so that your existing data is safe).

8. Once you’re on the Ready to Install page, tap the Install button to start installing Windows 11 on your incompatible device.


9. Just waiting Install Processing...after Done



After you install Windows 11

If you're experiencing issues after upgrading to Windows 11 and your device does not meet the minimum system requirements, we recommend you go back to Windows 10. Select Start > Settings > System > Recovery > Go back. 

This option is only available for 10 days following your upgrade, after which time the files needed to perform this function will be removed to free up disk space on your device.

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