Available officially since today, the new update for Windows 10 comes with its own system requirements, which fortunately leaves comfortable margins even for older PCs
With Redstone 4, Windows 10 Spring Creators Update brings some new features, such as a Timeline where we can find the history of PC activities, extended HDR support, Game Bar, Diagnostic Data Viewer, interface optimizations Fluent Design and an enhanced version of the Voice Assistance Cort Service
According to the official system requirements list, Windows 10 Spring Creators Update can be installed on any PC system equipped with 1GB of RAM for 32-bit versions of the operating system, or 2GB RAM for the 64bit edition. The processor must reach the minimum frequency of 1GHz, the screen to natively support at least the resolution of 800×600 pixels and the graphic interface to support the Direct X9 API, or more recently. Another requirement is the presence of an Internet connection.
Certain features, such as Windows Hello for Face Recognition and Windows Mixed Reality functionality, require dedicated hardware, only available on some recent generation PCs
Though it seems modest, the threshold imposed on system requirements is enough just to install the operating system, using a web browser like Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome, which quickly exhausts RAM. The same can be said about the 16GB / 20GB available storage space, leaving no room for installing other applications and patches to fix various operating system issues