NTLite System Utility, which can adapt and customize system images for installation media, helps elegantly bypass Windows 11 limitations, such as TPM 2.0, Secure Boot, and RAM. Existing designs can be modified prior to installation so there are no questions asked.
If desired, NTLite significantly lightens Windows 11
In addition to the “Disable Win11 TPM Requirements” function, which deactivates the TPM or fTPM query for firmware application, other obstacles from incompatible computer systems can easily be avoided and Windows 11 can be installed.
The official release notes for the latest version 188.8.131.52.96 also contain more improvements and bug fixes, all related to Windows 11 and its components.
For example, the “Microsoft Account”, “Microsoft Edge” and “Telemetry” areas can be reduced further to provide better data protection. In addition, the German translation of LTLite has been improved.
NTLite 184.108.40.206.96 – Release Notes
Rufus 3.16 has already offered users the option to create Windows 11 installation media completely automatically without TPM 2.0, Secure Boot, and memory limitations for the first time. NTLite goes further in this regard and lightens the operating system more if desired.
Download on ComputerBase
As usual, NTLite 2.3.0 Build 83.96 can be downloaded from the ComputerBase download area just below this message. Numerous official user guides, comprehensive documentation as well as an official blog with tutorials make it easy to get started with NTLite.
NTLite Free allows you to modify Windows images and Windows installations.
- Version 2.3.0 build 8396 German