Windows 11 on Raspberry Pi

We Tested Tiny11 for Arm on a Raspberry Pi

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The recently de-bloated version of Windows 11, Tiny11 has seen Microsoft’s flagship operating system stripped down to the bare essentials and made usable on elderly and low spec hardware. But things don’t end there. A new release from developer NTDev offers 64-bit Arm users, such as the Raspberry Pi 4, the opportunity to try out Windows 11 on their boards. 

The original release claimed that it could run Windows 11 on hardware with just 2GB of RAM and use just 8GB (versus a typical install of 20GB) of space. So how well would a Raspberry Pi 4 running at 1.5GHz and with just 2GB of RAM perform with Tiny11? We did that for the purposes of this story.

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