Tiny11 is a stripped-down version of Windows 11 created by folks goes by the name NTDev. In summary, this version of Windows 11 is capable to run on an older system without much of hardware requirements. The installation space is just around 7GB which is slightly smaller than the standard 20+GB.
Grab a copy from Archive.org website: get it here
Tip: Download the T*rrent file from the link above and use a client or online downloader to get the ISO quickly. Why? The standard ISO file from the archive.org site takes more than an hour due to bandwidth limits.
The machine we tested: Intel i7-powered HP Envy 2017 Model
Vista we got this version of Windows 11 and installed it on our HP envy 2017 model which is powered by Intel i7 8th generation. After the installation, the space occupied was around 13 GB and After a brief windows automatic update, the space occupancy hit the 20GB mark. So there is nothing much difference left compared to the original version of Windows. However, in the case of using an older machine, you can get the benefit because it certainly uses less ram and runs faster.
Installing A Web-Browser
It does not have Internet Explorer or Microsoft Edge since installing Google Chrome was kind of a task itself. After installing Google Chrome through PowerShell, you can do daily tasks.