How to Remove “System requirements not met” Watermark on Windows 11?


Especially, Microsoft has made mandatory hardware requirements to install Windows 11. Moreover, many users bypassed TPM, and Secure Boot to install Windows 11 on old PCs. But, Microsoft has started showing “System requirements not met” a watermark on the desktop. Those have bypassed the minimum hardware requirements.

For now, this watermark appears in the text at the bottom-right of the screen. You can also see this message on Settings > System with windows 11.

Then, if you see a “System requirements not met” watermark on your Windows 11 desktop or notification in System Settings. This risewindows article will guide you to remove it using Registry Editor.

How to Remove “System requirements not met” Watermark on Windows 11?

To remove the “System requirements not met” Watermark on Windows 11. Do the following:-

Step 2. Now, when the Registry Editor window appears on your computer. Navigate to the following key in the left sidebar:-
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\UnsupportedHardwareNotificationCache
Step 3. Then, the UnsupportedHardwareNotificationCache folder is on the right side. Double-click on SV2 REG_DWORD to open it.
Step 4. After that, set the “Value data” to 0.
Step 5. Next, click the OK button.
Step 6. Lastly, restart your computer to apply the changes.
You complete the above steps. And all the watermark texts from the desktop. As well will remove System settings from your Windows 11 PC. That’s it for the article.

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