Windows 11 Lite is a lightweight version of the latest generation of Microsoft’s long-running Windows operating system. Windows 11 is an improved version of Windows 10 with several new features that Microsoft says is faster than Windows 10. However, there are users who do not need many features of Windows and prefer to use a light operating system, but at the same time. when they have no choice but Windows. Windows 11 Lite is designed just for these people. These lightweight versions of Windows 11, by removing many unnecessary tools, have made it possible to use less hardware resources and allow users to use their maximum processing power of the system for installed programs and games. .
Light editions of Windows 11 are for gamers, professional users and administrators who do not have much to do with unnecessary Windows features, and their presence or absence does not make much difference to them! Windows 11 also officially requires higher hardware specifications, which means that users who are still using older systems will not be able to use Microsoft’s new operating system properly. Windows 11 lightweight allows this group of users to get the latest version of this old operating system. Windows Light also usually includes a program called Toolkit that allows you to enable disabled features or reinstall deleted features.
Windows 11 Lite operating system features
General improvement of performance and stability of the operating system
Increase operating system privacy
Remove additional system software
There is no need for TPM and Secure Boot modules in some versions
Remove OneDrive in some versions
Remove the notification panel and Action Center in some versions
Remove UVP software in some versions
Offers two versions of the boot, standard and special (VPE)
A toolbox program to manage Windows, restore or enable features and programs
Installers can use UVP apps and games in some versions
1 gigahertz (GHz) or faster processor with 2 or more cores on a compatible 64-bit processor or system-on-a-chip (SoC).
RAM 4 gigabytes (GB).
Storage 64 GB or more storage space
UEFI system firmware, secure boot capability.
TPM without TPM or with TPM (enabled in BIOS)
(Boot VPE or normal boot is used without TPM/TPM)
Graphics Card Compatible with DirectX 12 or later with VDDM driver.
A high-resolution screen (720p) that is greater than 9 diagonal, 8 bits per color channel
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