Windows 11 native system certainly provides a wealth of components, perfect features, but for ordinary users, some components of the system is used very infrequently, or even not used at all.
NeoWin, a foreign technology media, recently reported a Tiny11 system that is the most streamlined version of Win11, requiring 2GB of RAM and 8GB of storage space to run. The system does not require TPM and Secure Boot.
NTDev, the developer of Tiny11, promises that despite the extreme streamlining of the system, the 8GB of storage space is still well protected.
The developer NTDev explained that Tiny11 retains the Microsoft Store, which allows users to install various Windows applications and tools.
Tiny11 is “unmaintainable” after extreme streamlining, but users can still update updates such as. In addition, Tiny11 removes the Windows Component Store (WinSxS), meaning that users cannot install new features or languages.
By default, Tiny11 uses a local account, but the option to set up an online account is still available. Note, however, that features such as widgets in Windows 11 still require a Microsoft account to use them.