The development of Windows 11 22H2 is in the home stretch, which means as an IT admin, I’m paying attention to some of the features and technologies it brings with it and planning ahead for deployment.
Like many users, I’m facing the Windows 11 “hardware issue” — I have few computers, either at home or at the office, that can officially support the new OS. (And I’m not one to recommend using hacks to get around the hardware block.)
Currently, you can pick up reasonably priced Windows 10 laptops that will support Windows 11 as well as Microsoft devices for education. With school starting soon, you might want to reach out to your children’s school technology departments to see whether they offer any back-to-school bargains that include Windows 11-supported devices.