Windows 11, Microsoft updates supported CPU list: what changes?

To the delight of users of Windows 11, Microsoft removed the Teams integration via the Chat application this past week. In its place is now the Microsoft Teams – Free application, installed as the default solution starting from the latest post-Patch Tuesday build of June 2023. This is an important novelty, but not the only one concerning Eleven.

Also recently, in fact, the Redmond company has finally updated the list of supported processors from Windows 11. This is the first change applied since the release of the 22H2 update in the last months of last year (i.e. after the October 2022 list change) and will allow users to better understand if their computers will be able to use Eleven without problems. But don’t expect big news for old builds: these are mostly brand new models.

Windows 11 now supports more CPUs – all new additions

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Without further ado, let’s go see which Intel CPUs have been added to the list: we start from the Intel Core i9-13900KS flagship model capable of exceeding 6 GHz frequency, followed by the Raptor Lake mobile i5-1334U, 1335U, 1335UE and 13500HS units. As anticipated, no big news.

So let’s move towards AMD, which instead notes the introduction of many more processors. We start with the 3D V-Cache range, from the first AM4-based Ryzen 5 5800X3D model, to the latest AM5-based 7950X3D, 7900X3D and 7800X3D. There are also standard desktop CPUs: Microsoft has added Ryzen 3 4100, Ryzen 5 4500, 5500, 5600, 7600 and Ryzen 7 7700 to the list. Finally, on the mobile side, AMD and Microsoft confirm support for Windows 11 for Ryzen 5 5625U, 5625C , 5425U and for the entire AMD Ryzen 7000U line.

To conclude the updates are two Qualcomm processors: Snapdragon 8cx Gen 3 e Microsoft SQ3.

Source: Microsoft


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