Install Windows 11 on Anything!!!

Install Windows 11 on Anything!!!
This video will show you how to install Windows 11 on unsupported hardware. This does not just include fresh installs but can be upgraded from Windows 10 as well. I upgrade a system that fails all the controversial hardware requirements. It doesn’t support TPM, UEFI, or have a CPU on the approved list and it runs great.

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Notes From Video
Force-Windows-11-Install – https://github.com/JosephM101/Force-Windows-11-Install
Windows Terminal – https://github.com/microsoft/terminal/releases/tag/v1.12.10393.0

Enable scripting
Set-ExecutionPolicy -ExecutionPolicy Unrestricted

fix windows security
get-AppxPackage Microsoft.SecHealthUI -AllUsers | Reset-AppxPackage

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35 thoughts on “Install Windows 11 on Anything!!!”

  1. Thank you so much for this!! Just as an FYI, my HP 570-p064 has TPM 2.0 and UEFI, but the CPU is i3 7th Gen. Your video made it possible to install Win11, with these differences…during the install I had to accept that the system wasn’t meant to run 11, and I wouldn’t get any updates. Also, Windows Terminal and Security weren’t affected, they both ran fine first time out. Just thought you might want that for your knowledge base. Again, thank you!

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  2. Thanks a lot. Could have been better if you had added the commands (instead of saying hit the tab twice) in full. Many users are not yet there.

    The Win 11 may run……. till Microsoft counters it in future versions.

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  3. I think me and a lot of people have that sorted out pretty easily. Stick with Windows 10 even though the HW is certified for 11. But interesting video anyway. I don't have any interests or trying it at this moment so whatever.

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  4. Thank you for the very clear step by step instructions. Very much appreciated. You have a new subscriber. Question: I have a client who has a 6 year old Windows 10 computer that is very slow. She wants to buy a new PC so she'll probably get Windows 11. Is there an easy way to bring all her current apps and programs over without having to reinstall everything on the new PC? She has a lot of games.

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  5. yeah any one who creats scripts like these definitely creates hidden backdoors to get access to senstive info if wants too. It's a big risk and don't use it if you plan to do shopping from that device.

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  6. I changed my old PC was worked windows 10 perfectly to PC Core TM i5 and still, Microsoft tells me this PC doesn't currently meet the windows 11 system requirements but after I watched this video now I going to try again, without any doubt this is the best solution to install win 11 by your help. thank you so much.

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  7. One of the claims I have read many times over the last year or so is that those who perform an "unauthorized" upgrade of Windows 10 to Windows 11 on older, unsupported but nonetheless very capable (in terms of efficiently running Windows 11) hardware are then unable to receive updates (presumably bug fixes, security updates, and new versions) to Windows 11. Can any one confirm whether or not this is true. If true, it might defeat the purpose of installing Windows 11 on "unapproved" hardware.

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