Windows 11 Compatibility Check

Windows 11 Compatibility Check 2021-09-12

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Windows 11 Compatibility Check

Win11CompChk has now an GitHub.
I will publish releases either here and GitHub.
Also, I moved it from freeware to MIT License. LICENSE.txt



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Slow Mode on HDD

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Index Mode on HDD

Windows 11 Compatibility Check is a Windows 11 Compatibility checker that runs on top of Command Prompt. No installation needed!

Features:

  • Copy Results [to share your Compatibility results]
  • Export Results [again, to share your Compatibility results]

Screenshots
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(1.3.0 and up Interface - image by Wynona)

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(If you pressed A on the Results page [1.3.0 and up])

This script is mine.
There was no installation and programs needed to run this batch file. Just make sure it has Administrative Privileges and it just works.



System Requirements:
TypeMinimumRecommendedHighest
Arch32-bit64-bit or ARM6464-bit or ARM64
OSWindows 7 [SP1], Windows Server 2007Windows 10 [2004], Windows Server 2016Windows 11 [21H1 22000.168], Windows Server 2022
CPUPentium 4 or any SSE3 Compatible CPU8th-gen Intel processors or higher, Zen 2 or higherIntel® Core™ i9-11900K, AMD Ryzen 9 5900X
RAM1GB4GBhighest ram possible in Windows*
OtherWindows PowerShell v5.0 or higher, Windows Command PromptWindows PowerShell v5.0 or higher, Windows Command Prompt, a TPMd 2.0 or TPMf 2.0latest version of PowerShell Core**, Windows Command Prompt, TPMd 2.0 or TPMf 2.0

* 4GB for 32-bit editions, 128GB for 10 and 11 Home, 2TB for 10 and 11 Pro, 6TB for 10 and 11 Pro for Workstations, Education and Enterprise editions, 64GB on Server Essentials, 24TB on Server Standard and Datacenter editions.
** Some of the commands from Windows PowerShell are not available in PowerShell Core.

Notes - Running the file:​

Just note that you need to meet the minimum system requirements to run Win11CompChk.


Disable S Mode before using this tool!

Author
jbcarreon123
Downloads
193
Views
2,967
First release
Last update
Rating
4.70 star(s) 10 ratings

Latest updates

  1. Win11CompChk v5.2.0 [Fixed bug update]

    Win11CompChk v5.2.0 Fixes Issue with the old countdown mechanism Issue with the CPU check...
  2. 5.1.0

    Win11CompChk v5.1.0 Update Win11CompChk is moved from Freeware to MIT License. LICENSE Release...
  3. Version 5.0.0

    Win11CompChk V5 Update Fixes: A WDDM bug that broke if you use languages than English Interface...

Latest reviews

It's good, but i have an error in my CPU Category, the scrip show me 2 processors with 1 error.

Results:
*Based on currently published system requirements by Microsoft

OK Arch: 64-bit CPU, 64-bit OS
OK Boot Mode: UEFI
X CPU Category:
? ├─CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-7300U CPU @ 2.60GHz
OK ├─CPU Core #: 2 Core(s), 4 Logical Processor(s)
OK └─CPU Freq: 2712MHz
OK Disk Par Sty: GPT (Note: This is the Boot drive)
OK DX Version: DirectX12
OK Free Space: 99GB
OK Monitor Res: 1366x768
OK RAM: 16GB
OK Secure Boot: Secure Boot Capable and Enabled
OK TPM: TPM Active: True, TPM Enabled: True
OK TPM Version: 1.3 [2.0]
OK WDDM Version: 2.7

Required if you want to install the Home edition:
OK Internet: Has Internet Connectivity

This took around 02 : 07,24. You can't run Windows 11 on your computer.
[0] > Exit [C] > Copy Results [E] > Export Results [A] > About
[M] > More info of the result [B] > Back to CMD Prompt
[N]ormal text, [B]B Code included, or [H]TML Code included?
jbcarreon123
jbcarreon123
You have 7th-gen Intel processor, which is not supported.
Still getting "The syntax of the command is incorrect."after the line "Getting TPM details..."
jbcarreon123
jbcarreon123
Can you use the Debug mode and start a thread in the Apps and Software subforum? And upload the logs.
Thank you for this ! this program prints out everything you have, dont have and if TPM is enabled and the version of it !
jbcarreon123
jbcarreon123
Thanks for the review!
If you see any problems, please let me know. Or, you can start an thread in the Apps and Software subforum.
This helped my find out if my laptop was compatible with Windows 11 and currently it is not. My CPU is not compatible yet apparently. So I was wondering how often I should run this tool to check the compatibility of the Windows 11 for my laptop. Should I just run the Checker or wait for updates of the checker and check then.
jbcarreon123
jbcarreon123
You can run the Checker or you can wait for updates.
I love this. Works perfectly and gives all the information you need to see if your system can run Win 11 without issues. Thank you for creating and providing this for use.
jbcarreon123
jbcarreon123
Thanks for the review!
If you see any problems, please let me know. Or, you can start an thread in the Apps and Software subforum.
This is a great program (script) which provides insight into what may be lacking in your system's ability to run Win 11. First I'd like to thank the author because the first time I ran it it I thought I had Secure Boot enabled in the BIOS and it turns out it wasn't. I remedied that. It found the TPM chip but somehow didn't identify it. I had to use the TPM management console to make sure the system correctly identified the chip. A great lightweight tool that unfortunately most user's will only have to run once.
jbcarreon123
jbcarreon123
Thanks for the review!
Sometimes, Secure Boot doesn't apply MSFT keys, so Confirm-SecureBootUEFI throws False. If you tried this, and it throws True, let me know. You can also start an thread in Apps and Software subforum.
The new version is excellent and works flawlessly.
jbcarreon123
jbcarreon123
Thanks for the review!
If you see any problems, please let me know. Or, you can start an thread in the Apps and Software subforum.
Nice program. One possible bug, in TPM test (mine does have 2.0 and in fact is running Win 11), it says "Getting TPM details..." and on the next line it says "The syntax of the command is incorrect." I suspect it's a path issue, I ran the batch program from my Downloads folder, and Notice when it exited it was in AppData\Local\Temp folder.
jbcarreon123
jbcarreon123
Thanks for the review!
If you see any problems, please let me know. Or, you can start an thread in the Apps and Software subforum.
Quick and easy.
Might want to mention, you may get the Microsoft Defender SmartScreen which prevents it from running because it's not signed. You have to click the link for "More Info" in order for the "Run anyway" button to appear.
jbcarreon123
jbcarreon123
Thanks for the review! Also on the tip!
If you see any problems, please let me know. Or, you can start an thread in the Apps and Software subforum.
JB has done a lot of good with this tool, and in less than a couple of weeks. It shows a lot of promise, and he is open to suggestions and constantly refining the app.
jbcarreon123
jbcarreon123
Thank you for reviewing!
Well, Win11CompChk is currently refining and open for suggestions. It is also open for problems.
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