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Windows 11 Pro Super Lite (No TPM Required)

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This version of Windows 11 is light and fast, runs on weak devices, receives updates, and has a small size and all the features are available.
I kept this lite build fairly full featured this time around, so testers can experience
more of what MS is offering in their new leaked Windows 11 Dev build.

Build Info

Kept most MS Apps, Features, and Services intact, including:

  • Alarms & Clock
  • Calculator
  • Calendar
  • Mail
  • Paint
  • Windows Media Player
  • OneDrive
  • MS Store
  • Search Bar
  • All Default Windows Themes, wallpapers, sounds, cursors, etc.
  • Microsoft Solitaire Collection
  • XBOX Apps and Services
  • Speech
  • Voice Recognition
  • Tablet Support
  • Camera
  • MS Account
  • Your Phone
  • Network Adapter Drivers
  • And More…

Removed a few things that can be added back like:

  • Edge Browser
  • Skype

Also removed a few things that can’t, like:

  • Cortana assistant
  • Defender
  • WinRE
  • WinSXS
  • Added very little, so users could experience what MS is offering as their stock experience.

Customization would include:
Right click menu additions
Telemetry disabled
Pagefile disabled (can be enabled)
Hibernation Disabled (can be enabled)
Performance Tweaks

Things like network sharing, LAN printer, Smart Card services, Bluetooth, WLAN, Xbox gaming features, should all work fine.

I’ve Included the following Apps on the Desktop if you want:

  • Edge
  • Chrome
  • Firefox
  • TinyWall Firewall
  • Activator
  • Action Center disable / enable

Windows file info

Description:

  • Architecture: 64bit
  • ISO Size: 1.7 GB
  • Installation Size: 6.25 GB

Activation:
Not Activated, activator on desktop if desired.

Requirements:
HDD Space: 8 GB
RAM: 2GB

Installation:
Write to USB drive with Rufus Tool, Burn to DVD, or install in Virtual Machine

Important:

Windows Update Service is Disabled by Default. You will need to enable it to download Apps from the Store, use XBOX GamePass, download language packs, or allow Windows to automatically download and install drivers for your PC.

To Enable Update service, click Start Button, all apps, Windows Tools, Services, scroll to bottom of list, look for ‘Windows Update’, double click, or right click it and select properties menu, change startup type from disabled, to manual

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