Microsoft is 'chasing' the users of Windows 11 on Unsupported PC!!!

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When you are installing Windows on unsupported hardware, it might work but like Microsoft shared it is not a supported. It means let say if your hardware is supported, it has been tested and if there is a bug, the Windows team will investigate and resolve it. In case you have any compatibility issue or problem in supported hardware. The Microsoft will investigate and fix it. However, in case you are running Windows on unsupported hardware, then Windows team might not fix the issue. In the other word, in case you see any bug in supported hardware and report it, it could fix in future updates. However, when your hardware is not supported even if you report a bug, there is no guarantee to fix the issue and you might relay on community and public website to fix issues yourself.
Microsoft is not bothering you, but it is a way to notify you that this hardware might put you into issue in the future and sometimes the Windows might work for months or years without any issue.
Actually, when you try to update to any new build of dev, it will run the wizard to check your system and it will not work anymore.

Luckily, a Reddit user found a workaround.

Accident or no accident,
you could upgrade to 11 RTM/Beta/Dev on unsupported PCs via Windows Update - since before release!

Two set-it-and-forget-it scripts facilitating it:

Skip_TPM_Check_on_Dynamic_Update.cmd v9
save as .cmd / .ps1 and run or simply copy-paste in a powershell window!

OfflineInsiderEnroll.cmd v2.6.3
save as .cmd and run as admin, then pick RP / Beta / Dev channel