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A computer equipped with a 2 GHz Dual Core processor (32-bit and 64-bit)
3 GB of memory for 32-bit and 64-bit systems
At least 20 GB free on the hard drive
VGA 1024x768 video card
No changes or patches added.
If your PC does not meet the minimum requirements you can still do a clean installation of Windows 11 by following this guide
Once you have downloaded all the parts that make up the file:
Verify that all the files that make up the multi-volume RAR archive are located in the same folder
Right click on the archive file with the lowest number (eg xxxx_Mondo-Tech.part01.rar) and select the item Extract files from the context menu.
In the window that appears, then indicate the path where you want to save the file once it has been assembled and extracted (using the Destination Path field at the top ) and click on the OK button, to start the procedure. Next, you will find the file that was contained in the archive in the location you indicated above.