Tiny11 Gets Major Update, Runs Better on Low-End PCs

Tiny11, a lightweight version of Windows 11, has received a major update that makes it run even better on low-end computers.

After a year-long hiatus, Tiny11 developer NTDEV has announced a complete overhaul of the Tiny11 Builder tool, which is great news for system customization enthusiasts.

The new update brings about significant changes and now offers much more flexibility than before. The key feature of this update is the ability to customize any version of Windows 11, which removes the previous limitations of Tiny11.

According to NTDEV, the new Tiny11 update uses more powerful PowerShell scripting capabilities instead of the older Batch version. Now, not only does Tiny11 run on any version or build of Windows 11, but it also supports all languages and architectures supported by Windows 11 (including x86 and ARM).

NTDEV notes that only a few additional executable files are included in the Tiny11 tool: oscdimg.exe for creating bootable Tiny11 ISO files and another file for bypassing the requirement to use a Microsoft account when installing Windows 11.

Tiny11 is a very easy way to remove bloatware from Windows 11 and run it on hardware that is officially incompatible with Microsoft’s desktop operating system.

NTDEV put a lot of effort into delivering the best performance in Tiny11 last year, including creating two incredibly lightweight versions that can run on just 2GB of RAM and even 100MB of RAM. However, the version that runs on 100MB of RAM is very limited and doesn’t even have a graphical user interface (GUI).

It seems that the best version of Tiny11 is still under development, and NTDEV says that a more complete solution will be offered in the future. Given the lack of a clear roadmap and a year-long hiatus in releasing a new version, the return of Tiny11 updates is very welcome, especially for users with low-end or old computers.

To use the latest version of Tiny11, simply download the Windows 11 ISO file from Microsoft’s website and follow NTDEV’s instructions.

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