Intel® Core™ m3-7Y30 and Windows 11

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why the Intel® Core ™ m3-7Y30 was removed from the specification, it meets all the requirements

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I don't understand it either. They draw the line at Intel 8th gen; anything 7th gen and before are labelled as incompatible.