The developer, operating under the name NTDEV, has already been working on creating economical versions of the system.
NTDEV, the developer who previously highlighted Tiny11, the polished and streamlined version of Windows 11, has reached another milestone. As a result of his recent experiments, a 100MB version of the operating system was born, with which he was able to reduce the size of Windows 11 to an unprecedented size.
The developer originally started with an idea suggested by a fan, in which he wanted to see how much it was possible to reduce the size of the system as long as it remained bootable.
The experiment led to the emergence of the Windows 11 operating system, which takes up only 100 MB on the hard disk, and which, as a result of the radical reduction in size, completely returned to its textual roots by abandoning graphical interfaces.
And although with the modification called “NT-DOS” we basically get a completely simple system that can be operated using command lines, with the simplified version, in principle, we also have the opportunity to multitask, but of course still available this is not enough for daily use And smooth. Anyway, the experiment was particularly exciting and ultimately successful, so we're interested to see what NTDEV comes up with in the future.