Microsoft is investigating Windows 11 issues related to slow processors and system startup errors. It is reported by the Bleeping Computer edition.
The authors have listed the main problems of the new OS, which Microsoft engineers are working on fixing. In total, journalists named eight main problems of the operating system. These include the outdated taskbar, which appeared among a number of Windows users, errors with the launch of the Start menu. The company also said it would fix a performance issue with some AMD processors.
Many users have seen a message that their computer does not meet the OS system requirements. “We are aware of this issue and we are currently working on a fix,” a Microsoft support agent told reporters. In addition, for some users, the system requires an increased amount of RAM.
In some cases, there is a browser compatibility issue for Windows 10 users that can cause errors. Microsoft engineers said that in this situation, they block the ability to upgrade to Windows 11 until the problem is resolved.
Previously, Gartner analysts advised users not to rush to upgrade to Windows 11. According to experts, computer owners may not upgrade to the new OS, as the issue of support in Windows 11 for outdated hardware remains unclear.