As with Windows 11 21H1, you can also check the registry to see if the computer is suitable for Windows 11 22H2. Because here it is recorded exactly if, for example, TPM or Secure Boot are not available/activated.
A tool could even be saved to verify. Because they read exactly these values. It can be found in the RedReason entry. Is that how it works:
- Windows Key + R Enter regedit, launch it and navigate to the path, or just copy it to the line above
- Entries that Windows criticizes for an update can be found at RedReason. Or, like in the second image, Non is in it and also further down instead of Red is Green. Then there is nothing to complain about and an update would go smoothly.
Anyone who has already installed a clean Windows 11 22H2 will not find this entry in the registry. These only show up on the 22000 and also on Windows 10. Nothing has changed here compared to Windows 11 21H2. The conditions have been maintained.
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