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Microsoft Windows 11 lightweight system: 128MB memory can run.
Windows 11, which Microsoft launched last year, has a lot more hardware requirements, and at least 4GB of memory can be installed.
However, a few days ago, Microsoft suddenly launched a lightweight Windows 11 system – Microsoft Validation OS, mainly for testing.
Netizens tested it and found that as long as 128MB of memory can run.
According to Microsoft , Microsoft Validation OS is a lightweight, fast, customizable Windows 11-based operating system that you can use on the factory floor to diagnose, mitigate, and fix hardware defects during Windows device manufacturing.
Validating that the operating system can boot into a command-line environment increases reliability on the factory floor and supports running Win32 applications, making the transition from early hardware introduction to retail operating system and application development smoother.
However, Validation OS is not suitable for ordinary people, because there is no built-in driver, it needs to be packaged and installed manually, and even there is no interface, and command line operation is required.
Some netizens have downloaded and tested the Validation OS system. Because this system is too simple, the hardware requirements are very low, and it can run with 128MB of memory.
Of course, this is the case for this test, because it is really impossible to simplify, so the installation is over after startup, and the rest is nothing.
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