Microsoft gives new hardware requirements for Windows 10's November Update

One would think most devices that could run Windows 7 would automatically be able to run Windows 10 as well. Microsoft has gone ahead to update the final CPU requirements for machines running the latest versions of Windows 10.
The requirements needed to run the next release of Windows 10, the November 2019 update (1909) are mostly identical to machines already running the current (1903) build in essence, one and the same, so the required specifications are identical.
The update is mainly to include the new processors released like Intel’s 10th generation Core processors and the new Qualcomm-Microsoft SQ-1 processors found in Microsoft’s own forthcoming Surface Pro X Windows on Arm PCs.
Xeon E-22, Atom, Pentium and Celeron CPUs are also listed as supported processors.
AMD support includes all of Team Red’s 7th-generation processors, and select Athlon, Opteron, and EPYC. 3rd-gen Ryzen is also being added to existing 2nd-gen support.
Microsoft stated in the blog post that the processors they listed represent the latest processor generations and models which are supported for the listed Windows Edition. Previous generations of processors and models (indicated by “Up through”), remain supported in addition to the listed processors and models.
See a full list of the processors supported here.
The 1909 Build of Windows 10 is expected in the next two to three weeks. It’s not as comprehensive as previous bi-annual editions, concentrating on a few new features overlaid on the existing 1903 release from this spring.