It would help if you had an active Internet connection (through Wi-Fi or other resources) and a Microsft Account to install Windows 11 Home edition operating system. Do not worry if you do not have an active internet connection or a Microsoft account. This risewindows article will show how you can install Windows 11 Home on your computer without a Microsoft Account or internet connection.
The restrictions mentioned above are not applicable for Windows 11 pro and other versions until now, although recent insider builds suggest that Microsoft is about to make it mandatory to use a Microsoft account while installing Windows 11 Pro.
How to install Windows 11 without an internet connection? For that, you must bypass the Microsoft Account requirement for installing Windows 11by closing, killing the Network Connection Flow process. Here is how to do it.
How to install Windows 11 Home without a Microsoft Account and an Internet Connection?
Use the following steps to Install Windows 11 Home on your computer or laptop without a Microsoft Account and an Internet Connection:
Step 1. Go through the standard installation process of Windows 11, and at one point, you will be asked for an internet connection if you are not connected already.
Step 2. Instead of connecting to Wi-Fi or any other internet sources, press
Step 3. When you see Command Prompt on your screen, type
Step 4. After that, click on the
Step 5. Then, switch to the
Step 6. Click on the
Quick Note: You can also kill the “Network Connection flow” process through the Command Prompt also using the below-mentioned texts and hitting
taskkill /F /IM oobenetworkconnectionflow.exe
Step 7. When you are done, close the Command Prompt and Task Manager windows.
Step 8. Then, you will be asked to “Enter your name.”
Step 9. Enter the user name and continue with the rest of the steps to install the Windows 11 Home edition operating system.
You need to enter your name, password, security questions, etc., to create a Local Account to install Windows 11 Home.
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