How to run Windows 11 with 2GB of RAM with Tiny11 Builder

How to run Windows 11 with 2GB of RAM with Tiny11 Builder

Since its release, Windows 11 has drawn a line between newer and slightly older systems with its new requirements, although many PCs with unofficially supported processors are perfectly fine capable of running the latest version of Microsoft's operating system. In addition to this, the Redmond company has also raised the bar as regards security, making the presence of the TPM 2.0 module (Trusted Platform Module) mandatory, as well as for RAM memory, whose minimum recommended quantity now rises to 4GB.

Tiny11 Builder however allows you to "get around" these limits, through customized images of the system which, by eliminating all unnecessary services and libraries, allow you to run Windows 11 even on machines with only 2GB of RAM. The software is created by a user named NTDEV and allows you to modify the ISO of the operating system, downloaded from the official Microsoft site, for this reason also reducing the occupied size to only 12GB. The software works with Windows 11 Home, Pro, Education and Enterprise editions, while the currently supported builds are 22621.1265 and 22621.525.

Below we will list the necessary steps on how to use Tiny11 Builder to run Windows 11 with only 2GB of RAM.

Windows 11: how to install it on PC with 2GB of RAM with Tiny11 Builder

Download Tiny11 Builder first and extract it in a folder; Then get a Windows 11 ISO from the Microsoft website or via UUP Dump. If you want to get the image file directly from the Redmond page, you will have to scroll down to the "Windows 11 disk image (ISO) download" section, selecting from the drop-down menu "Windows 11 (multi-edition ISO)" and the language Italian, will appear under a "64-bit Download" button with which you can start downloading the image. Once the download is complete, proceed to mount the ISO by right-clicking on its icon and selecting "Mount". Explorer will then open automatically, showing the folder with the contents of the Windows 11 image file. At this point, check the build number by opening cmd as administrator and entering the following commands, replacing the letter with that relating to your virtual drive . The build information is contained in a file that may have a different extension, which is why it's helpful to try both strings. dism /Get-WimInfo /WimFile:F:\sources\install.wim /index:1or if that doesn't work assedism /Get-WimInfo /WimFile:F:\sources\install.esd /index:1 return a list of information, including the values ​​"Version" and "ServicePack Build" , where you will find the build number. At this point, start the "tiny11 creator.bat" file with administrative permissions, right-clicking on it and selecting "Run as administrator". If you see a “Windows has protected your PC” message, click “Learn more” , then click “Run anyway” to continue. Also click "Yes" if you have User Account Control turned on. Launch Tiny11 Builder, enter the letter of the drive where the Windows 11 ISO file is currently mounted, by pressing Enter. Now select the edition you want to install, among Home, Home N, Home Single Language, Education, Education N and Pro. Editions with the suffix N are distinguished by not including pre-installed apps, such as Skype, Windows Media Player and others. The list of editions may vary according to the downloaded Windows 11 ISO, enter the number relating to the desired one to continue, otherwise, if no edition appears, press 1 to continue. Then wait for the operation to complete, at the end of the procedure you will see a new ISO file called "tiny11.iso", located in the folder where you extracted Tiny11 Builder. You can then proceed to install the lightened Windows 11 ISO, via USB storage drive or by burning it to a DVD. --> Tiny11 Builder will in this way allow you to run Windows 11 even in less powerful systems, with only 2GB of RAM, excluding the TPM from the requirements. Being an ISO that has been stripped of all unnecessary applications, the browser is missing, which will have to be installed separately, as well as various apps including games, calendar, mail, news and the like.

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