Windows Recall was spotted on LTSC and Server editions

Despite being available, Recall won’t work on unsupported hardware

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Windows Recall is a newly announced feature that has sparked a lot of controversy since it allows artificial intelligence to track everything you do on the PC.

Some users wanted to avoid it altogether, but it seems to be available on all editions of Windows 11.

Windows Recall is everywhere, even on LTSC and Server editions

Microsoft has announced Windows Recall recently and it saves everything you do in Windows 11 allowing you to get back to it at any time.

Many are criticizing it due to possible privacy violations, despite Windows Recall being harmless and running only locally.

Although the feature is available only on devices that have Snapdragon X Elite CPUs, it has made its way to Windows 11 LTSC as shown by Bob Pony on X.

Despite being available on Windows 11 LTSC, it won’t run if the device doesn’t meet the hardware requirements.

To make matters worse, even Windows Server 2025 has Windows Recall since it’s available as part of the Windows Feature Experience Pack as Bob Pony confirms.

However, just like with Windows 11 LTSC, it won’t work on unsupported hardware. This is a highly controversial feature, and many are threatening to leave Windows 11 due to Windows Recall.

The controversy has resulted in a probe by the UK data watchdog agency, and hopefully, they will confirm that Windows Recall isn’t violating user privacy in any way, so stay tuned for an update.

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