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Use the PC Health Check app to find out if your system can run Windows 11. If you have an old computer that isn't supported by the new OS, take a look at our instructions where we show you how to install Windows 11 without TPM 2.0. There are several ways to do that, and now we have another option to bypass the restrictions, thanks to Rufus. The popular bootable media creation tool was updated over the weekend, to a beta version. Rufus Beta 2 lets you disable TMP, Secure Boot and RAM requirements for Windows 11.

This is the change-log of the update from GitHub.

Here's how to use the program. Before proceeding, make sure you have a USB flash drive that has a storage capacity of 8GB or more, for creating the bootable media. Please take a backup of any data, pictures or videos, that is on the flash drive before you go ahead, as formatting the thumb drive will erase all contents on it.

1. Go to the official website and download the latest beta release. At the time of writing this article, the current build is Rufus Beta 2 (rufus-3.16_BETA2.exe)

2. It's a portable program, run the EXE, and its interface should pop-up.

3. Select the USB drive that you want to use. Pay attention to the Drive Letter, Volume Label if you have more than one storage device plugged into your computer, and choose the correct one.

4. The next step is to make the boot selection, choose the third option "Disk or ISO Image".

5. Click the Select button, and navigate to the location of the folder that contains the Windows 11 ISO.

Note: If you don't have an ISO handy, check our article on how to download Windows 11. Rufus can also be used to download the image directly using Fido, from the same developer. To use it, click the arrow icon next to the Select button, and hit the download option.

6. Once you have done the above, some new menus will become available. The one we are interested in, is the Image Option menu. By default, it says Standard Windows 11 Installation. Click it and set the 2nd option, Extended Windows 11 Installation (no TPM, no Secure Boot, 8GB- RAM).

7. Leave all the other options at their default settings, i.e., the partition scheme, target system, Volume Label, File System and Cluster Size. Advanced users may customize the options as required.

Note: The quick format option is enabled by default, and will erase all data on your USB Drive.

8. You should see the "Ready" status at the bottom. Click the Start button to begin creating your bootable Windows 11 ISO without TPM, Secure Boot and RAM requirements.

Wait for Rufus to finish the task. Once it completes the job, you can use your bootable media to install or upgrade your operating system to Windows 11 on an unsupported computer.

Because that’s what most people don’t have.

Me too all spec is fully filled like Ram,disk Storage,TPM,secure Boot only cpu that on red sign

Looks like gHacks is very much against security as only suspicious hacks against Windows11 security are posted last days.

Yeah right. TPM is not about security, it never was. It’s about piracy, that’s why Microsoft is so determined to shove it into everyone computers. Of course they will never admit that, claiming it’s for “security” is much more marketable but it’s all about protecting their software and nothing more. Future versions of Office and other software will use TPM with the product activation to make them harder to pirate.

TPM is NOT for security, it was originally designed for corporations to link a user to a machine and limit his access. How many times this needs to be repeated?

Windows Vista was pretty much boycotted for this requirement and for good reason, now with people being trolls like below and/or dum**sses we care less.

Watch “Trusted Computing? Yes or No” from 2006, it’s basically the same problem happening all over again.

Where did HDR go? The first “Yeah, we don’t need that…” requirement to bite the dust.

“Tech’s” gone from not caring about customers to not caring about products; credibility’s definitely not a requirement! Win 11 is so hosed, lame beyond belief.

All this so called security stuff and MS is still OK with users, mostly business users, on ancient perfectly functional and still supported versions of Win 10. Whatever.

DO WHAT I DO WAIT TILL ALL THIS STUFF IS FOUGHT OUT FOR ABOUT A YEAR THEN TRY WIN 11 WHEN m.s DECIDES THEY CANT FOOL EVERYBODY AND GIVES IN AND MAKES IT ALL NORMAL!!!! THATS WHY ITS FREE REMEMBER? EVERYTHING YOU DO IS BEING WATCHED!!!!!!

Ghacks is a technology news blog that was founded in 2005 by Martin Brinkmann. It has since then become one of the most popular tech news sites on the Internet with five authors and regular contributions from freelance writers.

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