I must correct my previous reply.
You must be talking about Windows 11 and CPU Compatibility.
It is true that you can't install Windows 11 unless the Processor is listed in Microsoft's CPU Supported list for Windows 11.
That is because Microsoft has made some features and technologies that aren't compatible with older CPUs in Windows 11.
But many people have been able to install Windows 11 on PCs that are incompatible with Windows 11 and with unsupported CPUs installed. They bypass the Windows 11 restrictions. The only problem is Windows 11,according to Microsoft, won't be supported if installed in a incompatible PC.
But Windows10 and older will work on any CPUs without issues.
EDIT: From what I have read all AMD Processors run without issue and are compatible with the newer versions of Linux OS.
Possibly the only issue you might have is finding Linux Graphics drivers that are compatible with your APU Integrated Graphics.
Found this really old Phoronix Article about your AMD APU processor and Linux OS: https://www.phoronix.com/review/amd_apus_august/2