Recently, a new regedit trick came to the public, where with this trick we can check whether the device we are using is compatible and supports Windows 11 22H2.
Windows 11 22H2 itself is planned to be released in the next few months, between August – November, and will be the second generation of Windows 11 that has the most anticipated upgrade for many users.
Also Read: New Features of Windows 11 22H2
So, here’s how to check if your device supports Windows 11 22H2.
Step 1. First, please open the Registry Editor.
Step 2. Then please go to directory following :
Next, make sure the DestBuildNum is set to 22621.
Step 3. After DestBuildNum ensured to be in value 22621also make sure that UpEx and UpExU is in value greens, and if it is in Red value, then your device does not support Windows 11 22H2.
Step 4. If the device does not support, then in the RedReason information and the cause of the problem will appear why your device does not support Windows 11 22H2, whether it’s TPM or Secure Boot.
Now that’s an easy way to check whether your device can run Windows 11 22H2 or not, but before that, make sure you’re using the latest Windows 10 so that the information from Regedit above can appear perfectly.
Reference : PureInfoTech