Microsoft released the Windows 11 Operating System in 2021 with a big number of system requirements to run the new OS smoothly that would require a system to have supported CPUs and TPM therefore users found a way to tweak the Registry files to install the Windows 11 on unsupported PCs.
In the recent update, Microsoft has started adding a new watermark to the desktop and settings app of Windows 11 for the PCs that don’t meet the official system requirements.
We have listed easy steps to remove the ‘System Requirements Not Met’ Watermark in Windows 11 for 2022:
1 – In the first step, press the Windows Key and search for “Registry Editor” or type “Regedit” in Windows Search.
2 – Open the tool Registry Editor with “Run as administrator”
3 – Then navigate to the UnsupportedHardwareNotificationCache key in the tool or follow the path mentioned below:
4 – Then open the “SV2” in the right column and enter “0” as its data value.
Note: SV2 (Sun Valley 2) is the Windows 11 Insider Dev builds (22557 and newer). If you see "SV1" means you are using Windows 11 22000.x series
5 – After this just restart the computer and the ‘System Requirements Not Met’ watermark will vanish from your Windows 11 Desktop.