Here’s what you’ll need to run Windows 10

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Microsoft has now detailed what hardware you’ll need to run Windows 10 at its WinHEC keynote in Shenzhen this week. In a presentation about Windows 10, the company revealed that it will require a minimum resolution of 800×600, 1GB of memory for 32-bit machines or 2GB for 64-bit, 16GB of storage space for 32-bit or 20GB for 64-bit and DirectX 9 support. On top of this, Microsoft is requiring physical power and volume up/down buttons on tablets, with a start button or rotation lock being optional. It’s also requiring UEFI secure boot to be enabled by default. While a TPM…

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