What Are the System Requirements for Windows 11 23H2?

I want to update the system of my primary PC to 22621.2508 and then install the 23H2-enabled package. However, I'm unsure i my PC can meet the demands of the new Windows 11 update. What are the system requirements for Windows 11 23H2?

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Roxanne· Answered on Apr 18, 2024

Microsoft, the digital technology giant, is ready to let the world see its newest system edition - Windows 11 23H2. This update contains several new features, such as a generative AI-assisted copilot. Then, are you ready to renew your old system? 

💡Read Also: How to Download Windows 11 23H2 Update from Microsoft

However, you need to check if your computer is qualified for this update. To install Windows 11 23H2, a Microsoft account is necessary. Below are the minimum system requirements of downloading Windows 11 23H2:

  • Processor: Your computer should be at least 1 GHz at least two cores on a 64-bit CPU/System on a Chip (SoC) that is compatible.
  • RAM: You'll need a minimum of 4GB of memory (RAM) for successful upgrading.
  • Hard Drive: Ensure there is 64 GB or more free storage capacity on your system drive.
  • System Firmware: Only UEFI can support Windows 11 23H2. And it should be capable of Secure Boot.
  • TPM: A Trusted Platform Module (TPM) with version 2.0 is required for Windows 11 23H2.
  • Graphics: It requires a DirectX 12 or a later version with a WDDM 2.0 driver.
  • Display Resolution: According to the display, it needs a more than nine inches diagonally, high definition (720p) display with eight bits per color channel.

If your computer can meet the above requirements, you can download this update from Microsoft's official site or use a professional ISO file downloader. For beginners, I recommend EaseUS Partition Master Professional, which allows users to download the ISO files and boot data from a safe source.

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Here is how:

Step 1. Launch EaseUS Partition Master on your computer. Go to the "Bootable Media" > "Burn ISO" section.

Step 2. Select "Windows 11" from "Download ISO from Microsoft," and it will automatically check the latest version.

Step 3. Set up the language as you like and press "Next."

Step 4. Choose "Select burn device" and assign the location, then click "Start" to begin.

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