Microsoft is pressing ahead with its plans to warn Windows 11 users who have installed the operating system on unsupported devices. at new update For Windows 11, a watermark appeared on the desktop background of unsupported systems, along with a similar warning on the landing page of the Settings app.
Microsoft . had These changes have been tested Last month, but they are now in the process of releasing a preview before the full release to all Windows 11 users in the coming days. While Microsoft doesn’t mention adding a watermark in a file list of “improvements” for this update, Note the testers has been included.
If Windows 11 is running on unsupported hardware, a new desktop watermark will appear saying “System requirements are not met. Go to Settings to learn more.” It is similar, but less obvious, to the semi-transparent watermark that appears in Windows if you have not activated the operating system.
it was possible Bypass Microsoft minimum hardware requirements For Windows 11 and install the OS freely. Controversial hardware requirements mean that Windows 11 only officially supports Intel 8th Gen Coffee Lake or Zen+ and Zen 2 CPU and above, Leaving behind millions of computers. Anyone used a file The solution He will now start seeing this warning in Windows 11.
Microsoft has used similar warnings for inactive versions of Windows in the past, and restricts features like dark mode, customization settings, and themes from being modified until the system is activated. Microsoft doesn’t seem to be experimenting with any limitations on similar features, and it’s possible that the desktop watermark will be disabled with some registry changes.
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