2 tips get rid of “System requirements not met” watermark in Windows 11

In the recent preview build of Windows 11, users have spotted a watermark that Windows 11 does not meet Microsoft’s computer system requirements.

The message “system requirements not met” means that your PC, laptop, or computer does not meet the minimum system requirements to run Windows 11 optimally on your computer.

You can see the message “system requirements not met” in the Windows 11 settings window or in the lower right corner on the desktop, above the time and date. It is a watermark that is easy to remove.

This article will read about two ways to remove the “system requirements not met” watermark in Windows 11.

How to remove “System requirements not met” watermark in Windows 11

Remove the watermark using the Windows register

First, open the register. Click with the right mouse button on the Start button and click on Run.

In the Run window, type: regedit.exe. In the register-editor navigate to the following key:

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\UnsupportedHardwareNotificationCache

Double-click on “SV2” and modify the “SV2” value from “1” to “0”.

UnsupportedHardwareNotificationCache

Click OK and restart your computer.

Delete watermark using Universal Watermark Disabler

Universal Watermark disabler is a free tool to remove any watermark in Windows 11, including the “system requirements not met” watermark. It does so without modifying system files.

You can use Universal Watermark disabler to remove unwanted watermarks in Windows 11, Windows 10, and Windows 8. Best of all, it is free to use for everyone.

Download Universal Watermark disabler

Universal Watermark Disabler

I hope this how-to guide has helped you to remove “system requirements not met” watermark in Windows 11.

Thank you for reading!

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