Microsoft Launched Windows 11 Operating system a few months ago. All Windows Up to 10 users are eligible for free upgrades to the new OS through the system upgrade feature but not everyone has the required hardware space. Many such users have installed Windows 11 through a third-party installer. You can also install the latest OS by making simple changes to the registry. To warn those using Windows 11 on an unsupported PC, the tech giant was testing a watermark for desktops. Now a report from Windowslatest suggests that Microsoft has approved it for manufacturing devices (RTM).
According to reports, the latest optional update to Windows 11 comes with a desktop watermark that warns users about unsupported PCs. The update is currently available on the Release Preview Channel. According to the screenshot shared with the report, the watermark is visible in the lower left corner of the screen. “System requirements not met. Go to settings to learn more” reads the watermark.
The company has updated the settings app to show a warning if system requirements are not met. The warning comes with a link to support documentation on Microsoft’s website. It’s worth noting that the watermark is only visible on the desktop and does not affect applications on the PC.
Microsoft is reportedly planning to roll out wallpaper stickers for Windows 11 users. Stickers are said to provide users with a new way to personalize the PC to their liking. According to Twitter user Albakor, the option to add or change desktop stickers can be found in the Settings app. Users can choose from the numerous stickers provided by the company. The video also shows that once you click on the sticker, you can move around the desktop and resize it to your liking. The sticker will remain on the desktop even if you change the wallpaper. So, if you want to remove the sticker, you have to do it manually.