Microsoft has chosen to display the System Requirements Not Met notice in two locations in Insider builds of Windows 11: first, on the Settings app’s start page, and second, above the build number visible on the screen. Windows 11 users certainly don’t want to see that message show up on their devices. So you can hide this message in the Windows Registry. The change only affects the message, it does not affect the state of the system regarding compatibility.
How to remove System Requirements Not Met on Windows 11? The answer is provided here.
Devices that don’t satisfy the minimal system requirements can still run Windows 11. In addition to third-party applications like MediaCreationTool, Ventoy, and Rufus that help users install Windows 11 on unsupported devices, Microsoft has also published instructions for accomplishing this. That is why you may receive this message. And here’s how to remove it.
How to remove System Requirements Not Met on Windows 11
Step 1: Open Windows Registry Editor , by pressing Start, type regedit and select the first one.
Step 2: Confirm the UAC prompt that Windows displays when you open the Registry Editor .
Step 3: Go to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\UnsupportedHardwareNotificationCache.
Step 4: Double-click the SV2 value and change its data value to 0.
Step 5: Restart the PC after you have made the changes.
Windows 11 will no longer display the system incompatibility message. This message will be removed in both locations, the Desktop and the Settings app, on Insider builds. Official builds of Windows 11 currently don’t show the message and the Registry key doesn’t exist because of that. Microsoft will probably introduce it in the future on non-Insiders versions of Windows 11.
At this moment, this communication serves no useful purpose, and you are free to disregard it. Users can remove System Requirements Not Met from your device using the technique described above if you don’t want to see it.