Why do you want to put an operating system on an unsupported system? This is pending updates problems.
Of course it is good to try etc. But not the statute.
It depends on what you mean by “platform”.
If it’s an Aunt Trus computer, it’s easy – don’t do it, bad…
Is it my computer at home where you can immediately come up with a solution if things could go wrong, that’s okay.
Run a few PCs here that don’t actually pass the test, but thanks to a friend ‘vinnie27’ I just got windows 11 with the original key (belongs to the machine, no crack)
These computers are working fine, no secure booting, no TPM and i5 4300M being detected.
What MS says “could damage your computer” is to excuse itself from claims, should a virus or the like be infected.
If this PC didn’t support it with Win11, it didn’t for the old Win10 of course, just as much, if not more, risking the future.
Business personal computers…
If they’re still performing basic tasks on unsupported processors, you should ask yourself if it’s time to release a budget, because that’s not really that critical for business.
(or actually like the previous point, don’t update to 11)
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