Header Ads

Windows 11 update brings annoying Watermark on "Unsupported PCs"

Windows' latest update brings a new watermark that will tell users if their PCs do not support the OS requirements.
Windows 11 update brings annoying Watermark on "Unsupported PCs"
The latest OS

Annoying watermark on unsupported devices?

If you're a user that forced Windows 11 to your PC despite not meeting the specs needed. Microsoft could start annoying you for doing it. Or it could be their way to remind you that it is against the supposed use of the latest Operating System.
The cropped notification
The cropped notification

The news goes around in social media right now that the watermark says "system requirements not met" which is embedded at the desktop's lower right portion. This happens because Windows 11 can detect if your system does not meet the required hardware.

Other users are surprised to see that since some of them have been using it for over a year and it seemed fine anyway.

Gizmodo suspected that the TPM 2.0 (Trusted Platform Module) could be in play here which is required before installing the Windows 11 OS. 

Fortunately, there are ways to remove that shameful notification on your desktop.  A Microsoft Independent Advisor mentioned that you only need to change the registry file so that Windows will think everything is normal. However, doing this comes with risks such as voiding the software warranty of your device.

What do you guys think? Did some of you experience the same thing?

No comments

Powered by Blogger.