Everyone wants to enjoy Windows 11, and many customers are reporting that while verifying whether their PC is compatible, they get the error message This PC can’t run Windows 11.
Unfortunately, this occurs even on PCs that meet Microsoft’s minimal system requirements.
Check if your PC has a TPM 2.0 chip
Press Windows + R and type tpm.msc then press Enter.
On the TPM Manufacturer Information screen, the value of the Specific Version should be 2.0
If you are receiving an error with the Compatible TPM is not found message instead, then the TPM chip is not available on your motherboard or is actually disabled in BIOS.
Check if Secure Boot is enabled
Before Windows opens up, restart the computer and enter BIOS by hitting the F or Del keys as directed in your PC’s instructions.
Look for the Secure Boot option in the BIOS menu and turn it on.
Microsoft states that Windows 11 requires a Secure Boot-capable system, but in reality, this functionality must be enabled. Isn’t it a little more complicated?
You may check the PC Health Check Utility again at the completion of the process, and you should now get a confirmation message.