You can install Windows 11 even if your computer does not meet the system requirements. During the installation phase, you can perform the installation by bypassing the processor, RAM and TPM requirements. Microsoft made a statement for users who install Windows 11 on unsupported systems. This statement stated that unsupported systems will experience driver problems, incompatibility issues, or even unusable damage to devices after Windows 11 installation. There are also rumors that it could cause problems under warranty conditions.
Minimum system requirements for Windows 11 are:
- 2 Core, over 1GHz processors approved by Microsoft
- 4 GB or higher RAM
- 64 GB or more storage
- UEFI boot support
- TPM 2.0
- DirectX 12 or later compatible graphics card with WDDM 2.0 driver
- Larger than 9” 8 bit color channel, 720p or higher display
Microsoft for users who install Windows 11 on systems that do not provide one or more of these features In Build version 22557, added a warning text that, “System requirements not met” Appearing in the main menu of the Settings app and in the corner of the desktop, this text is annoying due to its prominent and conspicuous appearance.
How to remove “System requirements not met” in Windows 11:
- Open the registry editor (you can open it by typing “regedit” instead of searching)
- Follow this path: “HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\UnsupportedHardwareNotificationCache”
- Right-click SV2 DWORD and select change
- Change value from 1 to 0
- Save changes
- Restart the computer
This warning is removed when Windows restarts. Although this method works, it should be considered a workaround because Microsoft can change these settings.