Windows 11 ISO File Download [32, 64 bit] And Complete Setup Tutorial

Windows 11 Download is Available Now and Everyone can Download and Use it. However, it’s in Beta Version But it’s Quite Stable To Use and You can Try The Windows 11 Features and Feel. In this article, we will give you a complete guide on downloading and installing Windows 11 on Your PC or Laptop. So, Let’s get started.

Before installing you must read the minimum system requirements to install Windows 11 on your system.

Windows 11 Minimum System Requirements

These are the basic requirements for installing Windows 11 on a PC. If your device does not meet these requirements, you may not be able to install Windows 11 on your device and might want to consider purchasing a new PC. If you are unsure whether your PC meets these requirements, you can check with your PC Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) or, if your device is already running Windows 10, you can use the PC Health Check app to assess compatibility.

Processor:1 gigahertz (GHz) or faster with 2 or more cores on a compatible 64-bit processor or System on a Chip (SoC)
RAM:4 gigabyte (GB)
Storage:64 GB or larger storage device note: See below under “More information on storage space to keep Windows 11 up-to-date” for more details.
System firmware:UEFI, Secure Boot capable
TPM:Trusted Platform Module (TPM) version 2.0
Graphics card:Compatible with DirectX 12 or later with WDDM 2.0 driver
Display:High definition (720p) display that is greater than 9” diagonally, 8 bits per color channel

Windows 11 Download [32, 64 bit]

For Your information, Windows 11 is only available on 64Bit for now as there’s no official information on the 32Bit Version of Windows 11. If There’s an Update We Will Update it here until then We Have to wait.

Guide To Download Windows 11 For 64 bit]

Before Starting You Must Keep Few Points in your Mind

Note: These methods can’t bypass every requirement, and your unofficial Windows 11 install may not work properly.

  • There’s no 32-bit build of Windows 11 available, so only computers with 64-bit processors will be able to run Windows 11.
  • The first two methods will still perform requirements checks on your device. While they don’t seem to be as strict as the ones in the eligibility checker or an ISO, they may still prevent you from installing Windows 11 through Windows Update.
  • While I have personally tested the third method on a computer with a Legacy boot system (i.e., no Secure Boot), some computers may simply not be able to run Windows 11.
  • On some systems, Windows 11 may be unable to enter sleep mode, or have other driver-related issues.
  • In my testing, updates for the current point-releases (i.e., builds 22000.71, 22000.100, etc.) will install without issue on top of previous 22000-based versions of Windows 11. However, this may change if and when an update comes out with a new major build number. In that case, you’ll likely need to follow Method 3 to update.

METHOD 1: Upgrade to Windows 11 by Enrolling in The Dev Channel

  • Open the Settings app.
  • Navigate to Update & security and select Windows Insider Program in the sidebar.
  • then click the Get started button.
  • If prompted, link your Microsoft account.
  • On the Pick your Insider settings page, select Release Preview Channel and click Confirm.
  • Confirm you do actually want to be in the Insider Program and reboot when prompted.
  • Let your computer restart and then log back in.

Enroll in the Dev Channel

  • Open the Start Menu and type regedit.
  • The first result should be Registry Editor. Click on that to open it. Confirm any permission prompts.
  • Once Registry Editor is open, you’ll see a bunch of stuff in the sidebar. Use that to navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\WindowsSelfHost\Applicability. You’ll see a few things show up on the right.
  • Now you’ll need to create or change a few values, depending on what’s already there.
    • If you see BranchName, double-click it and enter Dev in the value field.
    • If you see ContentType, double-click it and enter Mainline in the value field.
    • If you see Ring, double-click it and enter External.
  • If any of the above values don’t exist, make sure you’re properly enrolled in the Insider Program and try again.
  • Reboot your computer.
  • Go to Settings >> Update & security >> Windows Insider Program and you should now be in the Dev Preview ring.

If everything went well, you should now be able to check for updates and install the latest Windows 11 preview.

Method 2: Upgrade to Windows 11 by enrolling in the Dev Channel Using a Script

Download the script

  • Go to the GitHub page where the OfflineInsiderEnroll script is hosted. (https://github.com/abbodi1406/offlineinsiderenroll/blob/master/OfflineInsiderEnroll.cmd)
  • Right-click the Raw button and choose Save link as….
  • Select a location for it to download (e.g., Downloads).
  • Click Save and let it download.

Run the script

  • Open the File Explorer and navigate to where you downloaded the script.
  • Right click it and choose Run as administrator. Confirm any permission prompts.
  • A Command Prompt window should come up with some options.
  • Choose option 1: Enroll to Dev Channel. (Type in “1” and hit Enter.)
  • The script will let you know when it’s done. Press any key and the Command Prompt will close.
  • Go to Settings >> Update & security >> Windows Insider Program and you should see something similar to the following.
  • Check for updates and you should see the option to upgrade to Windows 11.

We Hope That You Were Able to Upgrade To Windows 11 By Following Our Guide.

Note: We are Not Responsible For Anything Cause To Your Computer or Laptop. We Provide This Guide From Some of The Trusted Sources and Windows Website Itself

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