Windows 11 watermark on incompatible PCs

Αναγκάσατε τον υπολογιστή σας να εγκαταστήσει τα Windows 11 παρόλο που δεν πληρούσε τις επίσημες απαιτήσεις; Η Microsoft θα αρχίσει να διαμαρτύρεται για αυτό που κάνετε, ή τουλάχιστον θα σας υπενθυμίζει ότι είναι αντίθετο με την προβλεπόμενη χρήση του λειτουργικού της συστήματος.

Η ενημέρωση Ιανουαρίου 2023 των Windows 11 άρχισε να εμφανίζει σε όσους εξανάγκασαν την ενημέρωση στους υπολογιστές τους ένα υδατογράφημα στην επιφάνεια εργασίας που προειδοποιεί ότι οι απαιτήσεις συστήματος δεν εκπληρώνονται.ms srdm

The story is circulating on the Windows blogs, although I also found some complaints about the watermark on the official support forums of Microsoft. The watermark says "system requirements not met" and appears in the lower right corner of the desktop.

The most likely culprit could be the security processor or the TPM 2.0 chip (Trusted Platform Module), used by services such as BitLocker and Windows Hello. Microsoft requires this Module before upgrading. This is also why many computers could not be upgraded when Windows 11 was announced. Most new CPUs and motherboards have the capability built in, but older systems did not.

Of course some users don't care. Getting a new computer to upgrade to a specific operating system seems outrageous especially in the era of multi-pass purchases.

So the Windows community managed to figure out how to force a Windows 11 upgrade on a PC, even though their old hardware doesn't support it.

If you're using Windows 11, even though your system isn't technically compatible, there is a way to remove Microsoft messages from your desktop. In December, a Microsoft Independent Consultant gave some instructions to change the registry file. But note that this will void the software warranty on your machine. The Best Technology Site in Greece
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