- The system requirements of Windows 11 can be bypassed.
- Microsoft has so far put up little resistance to this.
- However, users now have to live with watermarks and system messages.
The increased system requirements of Windows 11 are a nuisance for many users. With a few simple steps, however, users can bypass this and still use the new operating system from Microsoft. However, this now has consequences that otherwise only affect bootleggers.
how The Verge reported, the operating system will now display warnings on the desktop and in the system settings. If you bypass the TPM requirement, a message appears in white letters on the desktop. Since this shines through regardless of the background image, this warning is also called a watermark.
watermarks and system messages
It’s the same watermark that appeared on Windows 10, for example, when the operating system was left unactivated or pirated. Now it reminds users that the PC does not meet the requirements for Windows 11.
In the future, you will also be informed in the system settings that your version is not supported. Anyone who “accidentally” installed Windows 11 on an unsupported system will also receive a warning in the Windows 11 setup.
With instructions against user frustration?
In it, Microsoft teaches you about the risks you run when you use the system on your PC and that you forfeit your warranty claims. So far, the watermark can only be seen in the preview version of Windows 11, but it could soon be rolled out to all Windows 11 users.
You can find out everything you need to know about Windows 11 here
With Windows 11, Microsoft has opened the next chapter in the history of the operating system and cleaned up legacy issues. Here you can find out what innovations await you now and in the future.
Perhaps Microsoft will change its mind again. Recently, plans for advertising in the file explorer via the preview version had become public, but these were then rejected after an outcry from the fan community.
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