In the coming weeks, Windows 11 will be released publicly. Assuming you have a PC built in the last 2-3 years, there is a good chance you will not have a problem installing and repairing Windows 11. But what if you have an old device?
If you remember, Microsoft said last month that Windows 11 could be installed on their devices they feel they are not being helped legally, but it will come as a result of changes. Now according to a report in The Verge, he tried to install Windows 11 on an incompatible PC and was accepted and uninstalled.
This removal only states that since this PC does not meet the minimum requirements, you agree that by installing Windows 11 you may not receive any updates and that you may be able to complete your PC certification by doing this. The authentication section is not controlled by Microsoft, but it is probably something you can consider.
That being said, it should be noted that even if you have a modern PC, you should monitor it to ensure that the TPM 2.0 component is supported. This is one of the requirements for Windows 11 so check with your board maker to find out how to do this if it is not possible.