Windows 11 doesn’t officially support 1st generation AMD Ryzen processors, but don’t panic just yet



Microsoft Windows 11 It does not explicitly support first generation AMD Ryzen CPUs. But it does not then support any Intel processor made before the Coffee Lake generation. So anything from the Ryzen 1000-series or seventh-generation Kaby Lake isn’t listed as a win for Windows 11.

But put that pitchfork away. Supported Lists Intel Corporation And the AMD processors Windows 11 is long, but not comprehensive, and this also does not mean that these chips will not allow you to run the new operating system. This is the difference between what Microsoft calls a “hard floor” and a “soft floor” in Windows 11 compatibility book.

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