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Windows 11 (25120.1000) Crack This is a modified edition of Windows 11, so any kind of error is excepted based in different machines where you will run it. Also, lots of features are added, is based on Windows 11 tweaked edition, Just to give you some better performance along with great features and look.


Features :

  • Removed All bloatware
  • Added MacOS style theme
  • Added MacOS style Dock
  • Added MacOS style Finder bar
  • Added MacOS mouse cursors
  • Optimized overall windows for stability with heavy themes and rainmeter skins
  • This build is based on Windows 11 (25120.1000)
  • ISO Size – 2.9gb

How To Install?

  • Create a Bootable USB (you can use rufus or power ISO)
  • Step into your boot option.
  • Boot the Windows to start setup.
  • Finish the installation.
  • Use the activator to activate the windows.
  • That’s it, Enjoy!

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Windows 11 (25120.1000) Crack Download With Windows 11, Microsoft has taken a risk by changing up its operating system, though many of the changes amount to not much more than window dressing. Windows 11 is a response to competition from Apple and Google, both of which have been nibbling at the edges of the market-leading desktop operating system with slick new designs.

Despite its drastically updated look intended to respond to the competition, Windows 11 functions much as Windows 10 does—with notable added features and conveniences. Coming after six years of ho-hum upgrades, this major overhaul to the look and feel of the world’s most popular desktop operating system is welcome news: Windows fans finally have something to get excited about.

Despite the OS’s smooth new look, we were surprised that using it doesn’t feel that different from Windows 10. It still runs all the same apps, and much of what’s new amounts to reupholstering and rearranging the furniture.

Sure, Windows 11 looks nicer with rounded corners for all windows, the Taskbar icons in the middle, simpler icons, and more elegant Settings dialogs, but it doesn’t feel totally alien or require a whole new process the way Windows 8 did. The new interface is attractive, but if you prefer the more familiar Windows 10-style look, you might just want to stick with Windows 10.

PROS

  • Fast startup
  • Rich software and device ecosystem
  • Touch screen support
  • Biometric Hello login
  • Strong gaming options

CONS

  • Separate Settings app and legacy control panels
  • Few recent major updates with Windows 11 taking over

How to Crack and Install?

  1. Download Windows 11 (25120.1000) Crack
  2. Now install it on your program.
  3. After installation is complete, copy and paste the crack file
  4. Then paste it in an installation directory
  5. Done
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Windows 11 (25120.1000) Crack Requirements

  • 2 GHz Processor
  • 2GB of RAM
  • HDD space 800MB
  • 670-MB installation space required
  • Windows XP, 7, 8, 8.1, and also 10
  • MAC OS X 10.8 or later.

What Are the Requirements and How Do You Get Windows 11?

Windows 11 (25120.1000) Crack Windows 11 launched on Oct. 5, 2021. At first, the upgrade is coming to recent and new PCs, and then it will be offered free to Windows 10 systems on a rolling basis, based on validated hardware configurations. The rollout will be complete by mid-2022. The most recent survey from AdDuplex (August 2022) showed that Windows 11 is in use on over 19% of PCs, which is not insignificant, considering 1.3 billion devices run Windows.

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Pricing hasn’t been announced for non-upgrades—that is, DIY PC builds, virtual machine installations, or non-Windows 10 computers. I expect pricing for standalone licenses to remain as they were for Windows 10—$139.99 for Home and $199.99 for Pro editions—but there’s still no info from Microsoft on such an option, even after the Windows 11 launch.

Much has been made over the system requirements for Windows 11, but they’re very low: 1GHz CPU, 4GB RAM, and 64GB storage. A 64-bit processor will be required; there’s no longer a 32-bit version of the OS. You’ll also need a computer with a TPM security chip and Secure Boot capability. Those are less of a problem than the internet is making them out to be, as they’ve been standard on most PCs for the last six or so years.

Limitiazation

The real limiter is the CPU model, which needs to be from about the last four years. Microsoft recently rereleased the tool that assesses your PC’s ability to run Windows 11, the PC Health Check app, and the company announced that more PCs will be able to upgrade.

Anyone with one of the newer chips should have no trouble installing Windows 11 via Windows Update. Microsoft made a downloadable ISO disk image file for the beta Insider version available for installing Windows 11, allowing in-place upgrades or clean installations on a PC or in a virtual machine. A similar installation option is now available for the release version of Windows 11 via Microsoft’s Download Windows 11 page. Some sources have reported that installing the OS with the ISO installer bypasses the system’s hardware requirements, but that’s not advisable as you may not get future OS updates if you install it on unsupported hardware.

A New Look (and More) for Windows

Windows 11 (25120.1000) Crack Most of the work on Windows 11 went toward redesigning the interface rather than building wholly new features, so—as I mentioned above—the OS is more familiar than you may expect. It borrows ideas from Chrome OS, though you can still place app icons on the desktop background, which Google’s lightweight desktop OS doesn’t allow.

Windowing and multitasking remain far more advanced in Windows, too. The interface gets rounded corners (like those in macOS) for all windows, which is not a significant change but does give the OS a smoother look. Microsoft’s Fluent Design System, and that system’s new Mica material play a role in the redesign. This semi-transparent look is appearing in more and more included apps and utilities. Much of the new design brings a welcome new slickness and consistency to the Windows interface, but there are a few changes in Windows 11 I’m not a fan of, as you’ll see below.

Taskbar and Start Menu

For decades, the Windows Start button has lived in the lower-left-hand corner of the screen, so, small detail though it may be, getting used to it being at the left edge of centered icons could be one of the bigger adjustments you need to make. The issue for me is that the Start menu has heretofore always been in the exact same place.

Now, however, if you run more programs, it moves a bit more to the left. Not having to think at all about the Start button’s position was a plus in Windows versions going back more than 20 years. Happily, a Taskbar alignment option lets you move the Start button back to its rightful position in the left corner.

I’m not especially crazy about the new Taskbar itself, with its smaller, less-informative buttons. With Windows 10, it’s totally clear which programs are running, as Taskbar buttons for running programs are wider if you choose not to combine them in Settings. Thankfully, you can still hover over the buttons to see a thumbnail of the app window and right-click to open the Jump List showing recent documents or other common actions for the app.

File Explorer

The Start menu gets a major overhaul in Windows 11. Pinned app buttons (they’re larger than icons but smaller than Windows 10’s tiles) are at the top of its panel. Recent and frequent apps and documents are in a section below them.

The Start menu’s new mini-tiles are still good for touch input, but you lose info that live tiles offer, annoying as those could sometimes be. Another quibble I have with the new Start menu is that it’s harder to get to the All Apps view than in Windows 10. With that version of Windows, you can see all installed apps as soon as you open the Start menu; they’re in a list on the left while tiles for your pinned apps are on the right.

Widgets in Windows 11

Windows 11 (25120.1000) Crack Windows 11 has a Widget panel, which shows you tiles for news, weather, stock quotes, sports scores, and more. It’s not entirely new since the News and Interests Taskbar popup that arrived in Windows 10 recently is exceedingly similar, and a recent update made it even more similar, adding a weather indicator to the taskbar.

In addition to Microsoft-produced first-party tiles in the Widgets panel, third-party developers can offer content through Windows 11’s widgets, too. Touch screen users can easily swipe in from the left to open them and you can full-screen the widget panel if you want a bigger view. An Entertainment widget surfaces new movies and TV shows, and the Family widget is good for those who use Microsoft Family Safety parental controls tools. For more, read How to Use Widgets in Windows 11.

Conclusion

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