Rufus allows you to install Windows 11 on all PCs and without a Microsoft account
The latest version of the Rufus software makes it possible to bypass the obligation of a Microsoft account to install Windows 11. It also offers to install the latter in a configuration that would not comply with prerequisites such as Secure Boot and TPM.
Rufus, a completely free utility software that allows you to format and make bootable any removable storage medium (USB key, hard drive, etc.)
Release date :
Utilities – Operating System
Operating system :
Windows 7/8/8.1/10/11, Windows Portable – XP/Vista/7/8/10/11
Rufus is free software that allows the creation of bootable USB keys that are very useful when installing a new operating system. In version 3.19 (still in beta phase), Rufus now offers to remove the requirement to enter a Microsoft account when installing Windows 11.
When creating your bootable USB, Rufus is able to detect a Windows 11 image and now displays several options to customize Microsoft’s operating system installer. Thus, after having selected your support and your disk image, Rufus proposes to eliminate the need to enter a Microsoft account during the installation process, in addition to the removal of prerequisites such as Secure Boot, TPM 2.0 or a configuration with a minimum of 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage. The software also makes it possible to automatically deactivate the collection of information. Thus, the questions appearing during the installation are removed, saving a few steps.
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