Burn Windows 11 to USB stick with skipping all operating requirements!


As you probably know, Microsoft has set “strict” operating requirements for installing Windows 11 , such as the need for a modern processor, motherboard support for Secure Boot and a TPM chip together, in addition to the requirement of at least 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage capacity. That’s not all. In modern versions of the system, the user is obligated to install Windows 11 on a device connected to the Internet to log into a Microsoft account , that is, without this, the installation will not be completed. But these requirements will not prevent , let’s review them with you. old devices from running Windows 11. We have previously explained how to bypass them step by step, but we have discovered a new method that facilitates the process of bypassing the operating requirements while burning a copy of Windows on a flash drive.

Although it is possible to manually modify the Windows 11 installation files to prevent the system from detecting that the device is not supported, and thus refuse to install, it is a bit cumbersome and seems difficult for beginners. Therefore, in this explanation, we rely on the famous and best and completely free Rufus program to burn copies of Windows, and even Linux distributions, on a flash memory and make it bootable. The program is widely used and gets new updates constantly, and with the new release [ Rufus 3.19 ] users trying to burn Windows 11 to a flash drive using it will have the option to bypass Microsoft’s strict operating requirements. It is very simple, as we explain in the following lines.
After downloading the Rufus program from the official site , specifically the latest version 3.19 (until the time of editing these lines) run it and press the “Device” menu to select the flash to burn the copy on, then press the “SELECT” button next to the “Boot selection” menu and select a file ISO of the Windows version of your device, then click Open. And in case you did not download the file, you can review our previous topic, where we listed the steps to download the final version of Windows 11 from Microsoft. Now select ” Standard Windows Installation ” from the “Image option” menu, then ” GPT ” from the “Partition scheme” menu, and finally ” UEFI ” from the “Target system” menu.
After you have finished adjusting the previous settings, press the “START” button below, but before the burning process begins, a “Windows User Experience” pop-up window will appear to customize the installation process, which contains 4 options that can be selected according to your needs. For the first option, it bypasses the requirement to have Secure Boot and TPM chip. As for the second option, it bypasses the condition of having 4 GB and 64 GB in the storage unit. Then there is the third option, which deletes the requirement to have an Internet connection to sign in to a Microsoft account. Finally, the option “Disable data collection” is related to the issue of privacy, as it can be activated to disable the features of Windows 11 that Microsoft uses to collect data on users.
You can select all or some of the options to bypass the operating requirements that prevent the installation of Windows 11 normally, then finally press OK and then wait for the burning process to finish on the flash drive, which may take some time depending on the speed of the flash, if your flash supports the USB 3.0 standard, it will finish It only takes a few minutes. Finally, after the successful burning of Windows 11 on the flash drive, you can start changing the boot settings on your device to boot from the flash memory so that you can follow the steps to install Windows and you will not receive any messages indicating that your device is not supported.

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