At the beginning of October last year, Microsoft announced the final version of Windows 11. It easily impressed even the most demanding users. Windows 11 brings a revamped design, and the sounds are modern, crisp and clean, giving a sense of lightness and serenity. At the same time, the new version of the operating system puts the user and its content in the center. So it’s no surprise that Windows 11 is currently used by 16 percent of users.
Of course, Windows 11 Pro users will be less enthusiastic. At Microsoft, they completely overlooked the possibility of using a local user account. Practically speaking, this means that the new Windows 11 Pro can only be installed with a Microsoft user account. In addition, the PC will need to be connected to the World Wide Web. This is indicated by the Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22557 beta.
Today, you can still use a local user account to install Windows 11 Pro. Of course, this will no longer be possible when Microsoft developers include the new feature in the new update to Windows 11 Pro. Thus, this also means that the computer system must be directly connected to the World Wide Web, otherwise the installation will not be able to complete.