NTDEV (@NTDEV_) released a new version of the lightweight Windows 10 system Tiny10, called tiny10 23H1 x64, which supports 64-bit systems, takes up little space, updates quickly, and is suitable for low-end hardware to run.
It is reported that tiny10 23H1 x64 is based on tiny10 2303 x86 released earlier this year, which only supports 32-bit systems. tiny10 23H1 x64 is based on Windows 10 LTSC 21H2 (version number 19044.3031) and retains features such as component storage and remote desktop, allowing online updates and language installation. This release also supports upgrades from older versions of tiny10 without the need for re-installation.
NTDEV says tiny10 23H1 x64 is designed for users who want to experience core Windows features with the necessary functionality but with a focus on security. He also noted that “23H1” is a naming convention that indicates the release in the first half of 2023 and does not represent the official Microsoft Windows 10 version. Currently, the latest official Microsoft Windows 10 version is 22H2, which is expected to stop being supported in October 2025.
If you are interested, you can download tiny10 23H2 from the Internet Archive, but note that such unofficial Windows modifications still require a genuine Windows key (7, 8, 8.1 and 10 are available) for activation, otherwise users may encounter activation prompts, black screen wallpapers and other problems.