Windows 11 is available globally and we want to explain some tricks to install it cleanly without the alleged limitations imposed by Microsoft, although this may change in the final version.
It seems that Microsoft is softening every day the striking limitations that it has tried to impose with the announcement of its new Windows system and that theoretically imply an improvement in security. We will see what these measures are in the final version because they block many PCs to upgrade Windows 10 to the new Windows 11 system, it is certainly something not very interesting in order to implement a new operating system and sell services to the more people the better.
Check Windows 11 requirements
You can check if you meet the official Windows 11 requirements with the following link, if you do not meet them there is no problem, just follow the steps of the tool that we indicate in the next point of this guide.
- Official App to check the system requirements in Windows 11.
- If you meet the requirements you can Install Windows 11 by its official method.
Installing Windows 11 with an ISO on Rufus
As we have seen, the security requirements that Microsoft wants to integrate with Windows 11 are mainly focused on OEM manufacturers of equipment with Windows already pre-installed for the Western market. The checking system for these Windows 11 requirements is so basic that we can bypass it with a simple Windows 10 file.
- Create boot drive using Rufus or similar. More information.
- Connect a USB drive and select the Windows 11 ISO with SELECT
- In the Image Option section we change to > Windows 11 (no TPM/no Secure Boot)
- Start burning the USB drive
Install Windows 11 with MediaCreationTool
We have an open source tool called MediaCreationTool that also facilitates the installation of Windows 11. We only have to download the zip of the application and run it following the steps.
- Download the MediaCreationTool ZIP in the upper right zone Download ZIP.
- Unzip it in a folder.
- Run MediaCreationTool.bat as Administrator (right click).
- Select Windows 11 and select Create ISO or Create USB.
- Wait for an ISO file to be generated in the same folder or our USB drive.
If we want to upgrade Windows 10 to 11
- Execute the SKIP TPM v1 or v2.
- Double click on the ISO and run Setup.exe if we want to upgrade from Windows 10 to 11.
If we want to install Windows 11 from scratch
- Create bootable drive using the ISO with Rufus or similar or use the Generated USB drive.
- Restart the PC to enter the Windows 11 installation mode.