Engadget Logo Entered Japanese version Windows 11, a warning on the non -recommended PC saying "I do not meet the system requirements"
Windows 11 can be installed manually on PCs that do not meet the recommended hardware requirements.However, as of February, it is reported that Microsoft is testing a warning on his desktops, saying, "System requirements are not satisfied."
The minimum hardware requirements of Windows 11 revealed by MS are only available in the Intel for CPUs after the 8th generation Core, Zen+and Zen 2 or later.However, even users who could not immediately renew their PCs after using older hardware, they were able to try upgrading at their own risk.
As of February 2022, the policy of MS's "unable to install even a PC that does not meet the minimum hardware requirements" seems to be basically the same.However, in recent Windows 11 test builds, it seems that messages that warn that for users who continue to use old hardware, which are less than the recommended environment, are found one after another.
First of all, earlier this month, Twitter user Albacore reported that a small reminder had appeared on the configuration menu, saying "System Requirements Not Met (System requirements are not satisfied)".あなたのプライバシー設定では、このコンテンツをご利用できません。こちらで設定を変更してください
Following that, Windows Latest reported that the message "System requirements are not satisfied" in the latest Windows 11 buildings is now put on the desktop like a watermark.However, the warning is not a problem even if you ignore it, and it is limited to the setting application and the desktop, so it does not seem to have any effect on practical use.
By the way, if this display appears in your environment and you are worried, it seems that you can delete the watermark display in the following procedure.
The "new function", which is slightly harassed by the Microsoft intention, is tested at the time of writing, and it is unknown whether it will be reflected in all users.If it is officially deployed, it may be that the freeware to hide it will appear one after another and attract attention.
Source: Windows Latest