A light version of Windows 11

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Hi guys!
Does anyone know the light version of Windows 11? I have a case whose hardware is old (HP compaq 8100 elit small form factor) is the 3dsmax software compatible with this version of windows 11?
 

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Hi guys!
Does anyone know the light version of Windows 11? I have a case whose hardware is old (HP compaq 8100 elit small form factor) is the 3dsmax software compatible with this version of windows 11?​

Windows X-Lite ‘Atomic 11’ – Windows 11 Moment 2

This Build DOES Have Support For:
WLAN • Bluetooth Printing • MS Office • Metered Connection Xbox 360 / Xbox One / Xbox Series X Controllers • Most 3rd party Apps and Games • Full .NET Framework 4.8, 5, 6, 7 etc.
Rounded Corners (Enabled by Default) • Classic Calculator (restored)
Tabbed Notepad App (Installed) • Modern Paint App (Installed)
Acrylic & Mica Material Transparency (Enabled by Default)
& Much More which has been designed to Maximize Performance, Responsiveness, and Resource Savings.

Instructions
• Use Rufus ONLY to write the ISO to a USB Drive.
• Boot from USB Drive, and Perform a Clean Installation to your desired partition.
• Requires 2GB RAM, and 5 GB Storage Space.
• Your PC Will Restart Once After Install.


Version 1 – 1.01GB
Smallest ISO Size, but doesn’t support driver loading during Windows Setup (if needed). Adequate for VM Installation, most AMD chipsets, and older intel chipsets:
Download here https://uploadrar.com/u5ak7m87odz2

Version 2 – 1.14GB
Larger ISO Size, but supports driver loading during Windows Setup (If needed). Adequate for Newer intel chipsets, Intel RST, and anyone who has issues installing Version 1:
Download here https://uploadrar.com/x9mmh8zfchti
 

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Windows X-Lite ‘Atomic 11’ – Windows 11 Moment 2

This Build DOES Have Support For:
WLAN • Bluetooth Printing • MS Office • Metered Connection Xbox 360 / Xbox One / Xbox Series X Controllers • Most 3rd party Apps and Games • Full .NET Framework 4.8, 5, 6, 7 etc.
Rounded Corners (Enabled by Default) • Classic Calculator (restored)
Tabbed Notepad App (Installed) • Modern Paint App (Installed)
Acrylic & Mica Material Transparency (Enabled by Default)
& Much More which has been designed to Maximize Performance, Responsiveness, and Resource Savings.

Instructions
• Use Rufus ONLY to write the ISO to a USB Drive.
• Boot from USB Drive, and Perform a Clean Installation to your desired partition.
• Requires 2GB RAM, and 5 GB Storage Space.
• Your PC Will Restart Once After Install.


Version 1 – 1.01GB
Smallest ISO Size, but doesn’t support driver loading during Windows Setup (if needed). Adequate for VM Installation, most AMD chipsets, and older intel chipsets:
Download here https://uploadrar.com/u5ak7m87odz2

Version 2 – 1.14GB
Larger ISO Size, but supports driver loading during Windows Setup (If needed). Adequate for Newer intel chipsets, Intel RST, and anyone who has issues installing Version 1:
Download here https://uploadrar.com/x9mmh8zfchti
Thank you, you provided a detailed explanation; It seems that there is no special obstacle in the way of installing and using the desired software on this version of Windows :)
 

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I( have recently downloaded a Tiny 11 Windows from here:
I have not tried it yet so I cannot make any comment about it yet.
Apparently, some of the compact versions have different flaws and defects. From there, I don't know enough about the specifications of the installation file that I just downloaded; Only after the installation process is completed can I ensure its trouble-free use
 

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So why ask questions? Just download the "Tiny 11" ISO, and use Rufus to burn it to a Flash Drive.
Then use that Flash Drive to boot up your PC, and install Win-11.
I did that, and it works great. Only drawback is that System Restore and all it's associated files are GONE.
But other than that, it works pretty darn good.
OH, Cortana, One Drive and WUDO are also Gone! No big loss!

Shadow :cool:
 

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So why ask questions? Just download the "Tiny 11" ISO, and use Rufus to burn it to a Flash Drive.
Then use that Flash Drive to boot up your PC, and install Win-11.
I did that, and it works great. Only drawback is that System Restore and all it's associated files are GONE.
But other than that, it works pretty darn good.
OH, Cortana, One Drive and WUDO are also Gone! No big loss!

Shadow :cool:
Yes, you are correct! I did take a bit of a risk by installing this version of Windows without fully knowing the potential issues, but I'm happy to report that I haven't had any major problems with it thus far. However, it seems that the Lite version of Windows 11 that I installed is a bit different from the one you mentioned (https://p30download.ir/fa/entry/103350/).
I've noticed that there are some missing options, such as One Drive and Cortana, and I had to find an alternative software for Microsoft Office. On the bright side, I'm pleased to say that the System Restore Point option is available in the version I'm using.
Thank you for your good answer! (y)
 

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Since 2007, I've kicked MS Office to the curb, and I use Libre Office instead.

Downloading and installing "Tiny 11" was just an experiment, for FUN! Without System Restore, I would never use it as my everyday OS. It would be Good for those who won't use System Restore anyway. It's truly "Tiny".

Happy Holidays
Shadow :cool:
 

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Since 2007, I've kicked MS Office to the curb, and I use Libre Office instead.

Happy Holidays
Shadow :cool:
I have used Office 2010 before but it got worse over time, so I changed to Libre Office too. NO REGRETS .
There even is an Android version available (for phones and tablets). It is based on Libre Office and named Collabora Office.
 

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News Break!
I just heard about "Micro 11" yesterday, downloaded it, installed it to a spare HD, and it runs like a Champ!
All the things that are missing from it, are the same things I'd remove anyway,and have no bearing on how the OS itself runs.
Here's the download link:
https://www.mediafire.com/file/ebw4ng31akdhqeb/W11_X-Lite_22631_2428_Micro11_v2_FBConan.7z/file

OH, it's compressed with 7Zip and downloads in just a few minutes.
Once burned to a Flash Drive, using the version of Rufus that came in the Zip file, the Flash Drive installed "Micro 11" to my HD in just a few minutes.
I've installed several of my favorite programs to it, and they all run GREAT!
I've also moved the Taskbar icons to the left, and installed the Open Shell (previously, Classic Shell).
It did come up minus the Big Blue thingamajig. I kept the OEM wallpaper, for now anyway.

Happy New Year!
Shadow :cool:
 

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"Micro 11" redux:

I'm happy to report that the "Micro 11" OS does have System Restore, but it's minus the Bloat and BS that MS Windows is famous for. I don't have to spend an hour or so deleting the crap out of it, like I would if I downloaded the Windows 11/Pro/64 OS from MS.

For an old PC with limited cpu speed and only a small amount of ram, and maybe even an old and slow HD, the Micro 11 OS is the perfect match. Updates not required.
And for the people who like to see the seconds on the clock....They are there!

Shadow :cool:
 

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Of course NOT!
Why would you even ask? It's NOT from Microsoft!!!

JFYI, , , Aftermarket versions of Windows Never require a License, or any of that MS BS!
 

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Windows 11 isn't just about selling licenses anymore – you can snag keys for super cheap nowadays. I reckon the main aim of Windows 11 is to boost computers sales! But those strict requirements? Yeah, they're making a bunch of perfectly good computers feel outdated.
 

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Micro 11 is so....Yesterday!
There's a new kid on the playground.

It's "Optimum 11, Pro, V3, 23H2, 22632.3085" from "X-Lite".


Besides being very small, it's probably the FASTEST ver. of Windows that I've ever installed.
It comes in a zip file, with Rufus in the package. Use ONLY Rufus to burn the ISO to a Flash Drive.

The creators have already removed (safely) all the MS BS that I would normally have to spend hours removing.
And, all those pages of dumb questions that I'd have to wade through, installing Windows from MS, are just GONE.
I can start the install, from a Flash Drive, and leave the room, then come back a few minutes later and I'm looking at the new Desktop.
For a User Name, they just set me up as "Admin", which is just fine with me. Local account!

I like Fast and Simple, and this new Windows is as Fast and Simple as it gets.

Cheers Mates
Shadow :cool:
 

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