Meanwhile, if you are on Windows 11 and wondering about its compatibility with your system, a document from Intel, spotted by Twitter (X) user Chi11eddog, seemingly confirms that Windows 11 is going to be supported. And although the document does not mention Windows 12, which is expected given that the product has not even been officially announced yet (Microsoft recently revealed the release date for Windows 11 23H2).
While this is certainly expected, users who would have stuck to their Windows 10 PCs, either due to the hardware being not on the support list or simply because they prefer the older OS over the new ones, are likely going to be out of luck as the supported OS does not mention Windows 10.
I mean, at the time Wi-Fi 7 comes out, Windows 10 will be almost a decade old. I’m all for a good Microsoft thrashing, but expecting them to go back and add support for Wi-Fi 7 to a decade-old operating system seems a bit unrealistic.