After the successful reception of the Windows Tiny 10 editions by users, Windows Tiny is now unveiling Windows 11 Tiny 22H2 – beta version 2, with the aspiration of providing users with the most exciting experiences. In this new version, the focus remains primarily on utilizing

Windows Tiny 11 22h2 use 2GB RAM

Windows 11 Tiny
Windows 11 Tiny

Windows 11 is rapidly gaining popularity as an operating system known for its aesthetics, yet it demands higher hardware specifications compared to previous Windows generations. Older PC and laptop devices seem to have little opportunity to utilize this new operating system. Particularly, Windows 11 imposes stringent system requirements: 4GB of RAM, a dual-core processor, and a 64GB SSD. Moreover, it mandates the presence of a Trusted Platform Module (TPM) chip for installation. These prerequisites can discourage many individuals interested in adopting Windows 11.

Even if one manages to meet these requirements, Windows 11 remains a resource-intensive, smooth, and visually appealing operating system.

It might seem that the situation is dire for older devices, over a decade old, rendering them unable to run Windows 11. However, a version by NTDEV has come to the rescue, providing a glimmer of hope for these struggling systems.

In reality, with the release of Windows Tiny 10, millions of users adopted this operating system, quickly establishing Windows Tiny 10 as a favored choice for those who appreciate simplicity and efficiency on older machines. They prioritize safety and performance, often overlooking other aspects.

We are pleased to announce that Windows Tiny 11 is now available. Although in its Beta version, it exhibits a high level of stability, catering especially to users who enjoy exploring new possibilities.

New features in the released Windows 11 Tiny (Tiny11)

Windows Tiny 11 is garnering significant attention from users worldwide, and even in countries like the United States, the United Kingdom, Japan, and various Asian nations, Tiny 11 is capturing substantial interest, especially considering the prevalence of older computer systems.

  • Ram: 2GB
  • SSD: 8GB
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Should you install Windows 11 Tiny at the present time?

Currently, Windows Tiny 11 22H2 is being released as a trial version (beta 2), and despite its high level of system stability, minor issues could still arise depending on your PC configuration. Therefore, caution is advised while using it.

Windows Tiny 11 22H2 is recommended for users with lower-end PC configurations who want to experience Windows 11 in an excellent and lightweight manner, free from unnecessary tracking and disturbances. It’s optimized for both work productivity and gaming performance.

The security of Windows Tiny 11 has been affirmed and greatly appreciated by users and leading cybersecurity experts worldwide.

Guide to Installing Windows Tiny 11 – 22H2

First, you need to prepare the following tools to achieve the best optimization:

  • A computer with a partitioned hard drive for Windows 11 installation.
  • A 16GB USB drive.
  • Familiarity with the installation guide for the Rufus software.

Let’s begin:

Step 1: Download the Windows Tiny 11 operating system ISO file.

Server ( NTDEV Upload)SizeInfo
tiny11 b1.iso 3 GB Tiny 11 ( beta 1)
tiny11 b2(no sysreq).iso 3.6 GB Windows Tiny 11 ( do not require a TPM security chip.)
tiny11 b2.iso3.6 GBTiny 11 ( Beta 2)

When downloading from the original server, you will need an account to log in. You can use your Gmail account to access the system and start the download. However, please note that the download speed might be slow due to server limitations. Your patience is appreciated in this regard.

Step 2: Create a bootable USB drive

For this part, we provide a comprehensive guide in the article: “Rufus.” Please refer to and review the article for detailed instructions.

Additionally, if you wish to install on a virtual machine beforehand, you can refer to the article :

Step 3: Configure USB Boot on your computer

To allow your computer to recognize and boot from your USB drive, you need to configure the boot options. Typically, this involves accessing the boot menu, often done by pressing the F12 key during startup. However, this can vary depending on the specific computer model.

You will need to enter the BIOS settings and set the first boot option to be your USB drive, enabling you to select USB Boot.

Next, select the name of the USB drive. In this case, we choose “SanDisk,” as it is the USB drive currently being used.

After making your selection, save the changes and restart your computer. Keep in mind that older computers might take some time to complete this process. Please be patient and wait during this period.

Install Windows 11 Tiny.

Finally, once you have successfully entered the system, proceed with the installation. The installation methods are very similar to those of other versions.

We also have a detailed guide for the Windows Tiny 10 installation process available at this address:

The initial setup interface of Windows Tiny 11:

Next, proceed to select the installation drive:

You will still need to complete the remaining steps. However, here we’ll summarize to keep the article from becoming overly lengthy.


This might be a version of Windows Tiny 11 worth considering if you have a computer with “fairly modest specifications” and you no longer wish to use Windows XP or Windows 7. Using a modern, visually appealing, lightweight, and feature-rich Windows 11 operating system on older hardware is definitely something to seriously consider.

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