Microsoft once again updated the list of Intel processors supported by Win 11 version 22H2 in October and added the Intel Xeon E-21/22 series back.
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There are two different lists of system requirements for Windows 11, one for Windows 11 21H2 and 22H2. Although the system requirements for Windows 11 haven’t changed much since the release of 21H2, Microsoft still updates them from time to time.
Microsoft updated this CPU list around May to include some new Intel chips, primarily Raptor Lake (13th Gen). Later, Microsoft updated the list of CPUs supported by Windows 11 in August this year, deleting 44 Intel Xeon server processors.
Now, Microsoft has once again added the Xeon E-21/22 series to the Win11 support list, but only the Xeon E-21/22 series has been added back, and the E-23 series has not appeared. A total of 10 E-23 series have been deleted. processor.
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