Windows 11 build released with 2GB of RAM and 8GB of storage space. It was not created by Microsoft
But you need to activate it using official means
The third-party company NTDEV has introduced a modification of Windows 11 called Tiny11. This is a light version of Windows 11 Pro 22H2, from which everything superfluous was removed, including the Microsoft Edge browser. At the same time, it left a calculator, notepad, Paint, terminal, Microsoft Store and features for people with disabilities.
The main feature of the assembly — reduced system requirements. If the regular Windows 11 Pro 22H2 requires 4 GB of RAM and at least 24 GB of disk space (official requirements say 64 GB), then the light version of — 2 GB and 8 GB respectively. That is, it will work fine even on relatively weak PCs and laptops.
At the same time, the developers of the modification stated that this is not a hacked version, you need to buy a license key from Microsoft or official partners to activate it. You can download the build here.
Microsoft has yet to respond to such experiments, so it's not clear if they will ban such modifications.
It was previously reported that the company began to “spam” ads for Windows 11, displaying it full screen, and it's hard to refuse the installation.