Windows 11 installation builder tool
EaseUS Win11 Builder is a free utility tool developed by EaseUS for PC devices. It is essentially a Windows installer that can help users download a Windows 11 ISO file, and create a bootable installer for it using a USB flash drive.
EaseUS Win11 Builder works similarly to Rufus, in principle, as it lets users turn any portable drive into a bootable installer for Windows 11. One thing that makes this tool stand out is that it allows users to bypass TPM, or the Trusted Platform Module, hardware requirement for machines that don't have that particular component available.
How do I use EaseUS Win11 Builder?
EaseUS Win11 Builder is basically a download helper that you can use to download a copy of Windows 11 for yourself. The benefit of this is that you are able to simplify the tedious and confusing process of searching for one through various platforms and channels by using this tool. Do note that you should plug in your USB flash drive first before you start up the portable utility.
The main window will show you the exact version/build number of Windows 11 that it will download for you, as well as the option to bypass the TPM requirement just below it. There's a drop-down menu below that you can use to select which drive you want the installer to be created in. After that, you can click on the Create button right beside it to start the download process.
The next window will show details about the download progress, with estimated and elapsed times. You can also track the log of the installer creation process below it. One issue is that the program continues to run even after closing it, preventing you from deleting it. This can be addressed by ending the AliyunWrapExe.exe on your task manager. Still, it's something that hopefully will be fixed in future updates.
Fast and simple
Overall, if you're looking to download a copy of Windows 11 for yourself and you want a simple tool to be able to do so, give EaseUS Win11 Builder a try. This portable utility not only allows you to grab a copy of the OS, but also helps you create a bootable installation drive for it, as well. More importantly, it lets you bypass TPM hardware requirements in case your machine doesn't have that module. Recommended.