Keeping or deleting the Registry entries used to install W11?

CharlieDog

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The topic title did not allow a complete question: I'm thinking of installing W11 using the official MS bypass hacks on an unsupported computer. I've seen several references to doing it, but have not seen whether to keep or delete the Registry entries that were created to install W11. Does it make a difference what a person does? TIA
 

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It's a small registry tweak that no need to worry about but if you want you can delete it as the registry tweak only allows installing Windows 11 on an unsupported computer.
 

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Thanks
 

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You are very welcome!
 

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Hi,
Windows does checks daily for updates those tweaks were just for the install
What everyone is worried about is what happens next when these update system checks throw errors on hardware and people get kicked off eventually.
Have a restore plan if you didn't already with a win-10 system image.
 

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