As Microsoft is preparing for the upcoming Anniversary edition of Windows 10 in late July, the company has modified expectations for hardware support.
- Windows 10 mobile will now run on devices up to 9 inches (that’s up from 7.99 inches)
- Windows 10 desktop’s lower screen limit is 7 inches (that’s down from 8 inches)
- Both 32-bit and 64-bit versions required at least 2GB of RAM. (originally 32-bit would run on 1GB)
- 32-bit devices must have 16GB of storage
- 64-bit devices must have 20GB of storage
Most corporate PCs and devices should already be enough to run Windows 10 Anniversary Edition, but it’s good to know what to expect.