Streamline Your Windows 11 Experience: How to Use Tiny11 Builder

 Tiny11 Builder: Streamline Your Windows 11 Experience

Break Free from Bloatware: The new Tiny11 Builder for Windows 11 is here

Are you tired of the unnecessary apps and features that come with Windows 11, slowing down your system and taking up valuable space? Do you wish you had more control over your Windows installation, without the bloatware that comes with it? Look no further than Tiny11 Builder, a groundbreaking tool that lets you create a streamlined Windows 11 image from any version of the operating system.

The Problem with Bloatware

Bloatware is a common issue with many operating systems, including Windows 11. It refers to the pre-installed apps and features that come with the OS, many of which are unnecessary and take up valuable system resources. Bloatware can slow down your system, make it more vulnerable to security threats, and even cause compatibility issues with other apps and software. According to a study by AV-Test, bloatware can increase the risk of malware infections by up to 50%.

The Power of Tiny11 Builder

Tiny11 Builder is a free tool created by NTDEV, a renowned developer in the Windows community. This innovative tool has been around for a while, but its latest update is a game-changer. With Tiny11 Builder, you can now create a de-bloated Windows 11 image from any version, language, or architecture, thanks to the improved PowerShell capabilities. Tiny11 Builder uses a combination of PowerShell scripts and Windows Deployment Services (WDS) to create a customized Windows 11 image.

What Does Tiny11 Builder Remove?

Tiny11 Builder is like a precision surgeon, carefully removing unwanted apps and features that you don’t need. It eliminates a whopping 20+ apps, including:

  • Clipchamp, News, Weather, Xbox (but keeps Xbox Identity provider intact), GetHelp, GetStarted, Office Hub, Solitaire, PeopleApp, PowerAutomate, ToDo, Alarms, Mail and Calendar, Feedback Hub, Maps, Sound Recorder, Your Phone, Media Player, QuickAssist, Internet Explorer, Tablet PC Math, Edge, OneDrive

Taking Control of Your Windows Installation

Tiny11 Builder not only removes bloatware but also gives you the freedom to install Windows 11 on older machines that don’t meet the system requirements. You can even bypass the need to create or use a Microsoft account, giving you full control over your Windows installation. According to a review by PC Gamer, Tiny11 Builder is a “game-changer” for Windows 11 users who want a more streamlined experience.

How to Use Tiny11 Builder

Here are the detailed steps to use Tiny11 Builder:

Step 1: Download Windows 11 ISO

  • Go to Microsoft’s official website and download the latest Windows 11 ISO file.
  • Make sure to select the correct language and edition (Home, Pro, etc.) for your needs.

Step 2: Download Tiny11 Builder

  • Go to the Tiny11 Builder GitHub page and download the latest version of the tool.
  • Extract the downloaded ZIP file to a folder on your computer.

Step 3: Mount the Windows 11 ISO

  • Open File Explorer and right-click on the Windows 11 ISO file.
  • Select “Mount” to mount the ISO file as a virtual drive.

Step 4: Open PowerShell

  • Press the Windows key + R to open the Run dialog box.
  • Type “powershell” and press Enter to open PowerShell.

Step 5: Navigate to the Tiny11 Builder folder

  • In PowerShell, navigate to the folder where you extracted Tiny11 Builder.
  • Use the “cd” command to change directories (e.g. “cd C:\Tiny11Builder”).

Step 6: Run the Tiny11 Builder script

  • In PowerShell, run the following command: “.\Tiny11Builder.ps1”
  • This will start the Tiny11 Builder script.

Step 7: Select the Windows 11 image

  • The script will prompt you to select the Windows 11 image to use.
  • Select the mounted ISO file from Step 3.

Step 8: Select the SKU

  • The script will prompt you to select the SKU (Stock Keeping Unit) for the Windows 11 image.
  • Select the desired SKU (e.g. “Windows 11 Home”).

Step 9: Wait for the script to run

  • The script will take some time to run and create the customized Windows 11 image.
  • Wait for the script to complete.

Step 10: Find the customized Windows 11 image

  • The script will create a new folder with the customized Windows 11 image.
  • The folder will be named “Tiny11” followed by the date and time (e.g. “Tiny11_20230422_1200”).

Step 11: Use the customized Windows 11 image

  • You can now use the customized Windows 11 image to install Windows 11 on your computer.
  • Simply boot from the image and follow the installation prompts.

That’s it! You have successfully used Tiny11 Window Builder to create a customized Windows 11 image.

The Benefits of Tiny11 Builder

By using Tiny11 Window Builder, you can enjoy a range of benefits, including:

  • A faster and more efficient Windows 11 installation
  • More free space on your system
  • Reduced vulnerability to security threats
  • Improved compatibility with other apps and software
  • The ability to install Windows 11 on older machines
  • Full control over your Windows installation

A Few Things to Keep in Mind

While Builder is a powerful tool, there are a few things to be aware of:

  • Although Edge is removed, some remnants might still be visible in the Settings.
  • Outlook and Dev Home might reappear after some time.
  • If you’re using the script on arm64, you might see an error message while running the script.


Tiny11 is a revolutionary tool that gives you the power to take control of your Windows 11 installation. By removing unnecessary apps and features, you can free up system resources, speed up your system, and enjoy a more streamlined Windows experience. Whether you’re a power user or just someone who wants a faster and more efficient Windows installation, Tiny11 Builder is the perfect tool for you. So why wait? Give Tiny11 Builder a try today and discover a faster, more efficient Windows 11!

Additional Tips and Tricks

  • Make sure to download the latest Windows 11 ISO from Microsoft’s website to ensure compatibility with Tiny11 Window Builder.
  • If you’re using the script on arm64, make sure to run it as an administrator to avoid any errors.
  • Tiny11 Window Builder is a powerful tool, but it’s not perfect. Be sure to back up your system before using it, just in case.
  • If you’re not comfortable using PowerShell, you can also use the graphical user interface (GUI) version of Tiny11 Builder.
  • Tiny11 Builder is a free tool

Want to learn more about installing Windows 11 on unsupported CPUs? Check out our other blog post: The Easy Way to Install Windows 11 on Unsupported CPUs

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