The new version of Tiny11 Builder allows you to remove any build or version of Windows 11 – Neowin

The new version of Tiny11 Builder allows you to remove any build or version of Windows 11 – Neowin

The creator of Tiny11, a third-party project that aims to make Windows 11 less cluttered with unnecessary parts, has released a new version of Tiny11 Builder, a special tool that allows you to create a custom Windows 11 image tailored to your needs and preferences. The latest version makes it much easier to create a lightweight Windows 11 ISO without worrying about installing a modified system by unknown third parties.

Tiny11 Builder is no longer tied to a specific version of Windows 11. You can use it with any version, language and architecture. According to the developer, who goes by the name @NTDEV_ handle on

Tiny11 Builder is open source, allowing anyone to take a look under the hood to better understand how the thing works. It only uses utilities created by Microsoft, such as DISM or oscdimg.exe, which are part of the Windows ADK:

My main goal is to only use Microsoft utilities such as DISM, and no utilities from external sources. The only executable included is oscdimg.exe, which comes in Windows ADK and is used to create bootable ISO images. An unattended response file is also included, which is used to bypass the Microsoft account on OOBE and to deploy the image with the /compact flag. It’s open-source, so feel free to add or remove anything you want! Feedback is also greatly appreciated.

Since the updated Tiny11 Builder uses PowerShell, you must set the execution policy to unrestricted before using the project. To do this, run PowerShell as administrator and run the Unrestricted Set-ExecutionPolicy order.

You can download Tiny11 Builder from its GitHub repository. Before continuing, remember that only official Windows images from Microsoft are 100% safe. If you want to modify the operating system beyond what Microsoft allows, you must accept the potential risks and complications and keep in mind that you alone are responsible for your system.


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