To fully utilize Windows 11 Professional, certain hardware and configurations are required. For 5G support, a 5G capable modem is necessary, while Auto HDR requires an HDR monitor. BitLocker to Go, available in Pro editions and above, uses a USB flash drive for data encryption. Client Hyper-V, also available in Pro editions and above, needs a processor with SLAT capabilities. Cortana requires a microphone and speaker and is available in select countries. DirectStorage benefits from an NVMe SSD and DirectX12 GPU with Shader Model 6.0, and DirectX 12 Ultimate is supported by specific games and graphics chips. Features like Presence detection need a human distance sensor, and Intelligent Video Conferencing requires a video camera, microphone, and speaker. Multiple Voice Assistant (MVA) features also require a microphone and speaker. Snap Layouts demand a screen with at least 1920 pixels width, while Mute/Unmute from the Taskbar needs a compatible app, video camera, microphone, and speaker. Spatial Sound requires supporting hardware and software, and Teams needs a video camera, microphone, and speaker for optimal functionality. Touch features need a touch-supporting screen or monitor. Two-Factor Authentication utilizes a PIN, biometric device, or phone with Wi-Fi/Bluetooth capabilities. Voice Typing and Wake on Voice require a microphone, with Wake on Voice also needing a Modern Standby power model. Wi-Fi 6E requires specific WLAN hardware and a compatible AP/router. Windows Hello needs an IR camera or fingerprint reader for biometric authentication. For Windows Projection, a WDDM 2.0 display adapter and Wi-Fi Direct support are required. Finally, the Xbox app requires an Xbox Live account and may need an Xbox Game Pass subscription for certain features. These requirements ensure that users can fully experience the powerful features and seamless performance of Windows 11 Professional.