Windows 11: Wi-Fi 7 will be reserved for Copilot+ PCs

If you're planning to stick with Windows 10, despite Microsoft's push to upgrade to the current generation of the operating system and take advantage of the super-fast speeds offered by Wi-Fi 7, this is bad news. This technology will be reserved for Windows 11 and, first of all, for Copilot+ PCs.

Wi-Fi 7 will first be reserved for Copilot+ PCs

Initially, Wi-Fi 7 will be exclusive to Copilot+ PCs running Windows 11 24H2 as revealed Latest Windows Who was able to consult an internal Microsoft document.

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Therefore, it is very likely that other Windows 11 PCs will be compatible via the 2024 major update and that the Copilot+ PC will not necessarily be needed. But the Redmond company has not yet reported anything on this matter.

On the other hand, nothing for those who are still using Windows 10, which is more popular in terms of distribution. And this is not surprising: the same applies to Wi-Fi 6E which is not made available to users of this version of the operating system.

Microsoft confirms once again, with the lack of Wi-Fi 7 for Windows 10, that this version of the operating system is going through its last hours. But above all, the company relies on its Copilot + computers. As a reminder, support for the operating system will end in October 2025. To get security updates, you will have to opt out for three years.

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Frank Mccarthy

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