Install Windows 11
Boot from USB
Insert the Windows 11 USB flash drive. Make sure the monitor is "on". Start the PC. In this case a "Fujitsu Esprimo", press F12 once at the "Fujitsu splash screen" and wait. Specifics vary from computer to computer. Consult your hardware manual.
Press Shift F10 to open up a command prompt. Typ "regedit" and press Enter The registry editor opens.
Navigate to "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\Setup", right-click on the "Setup" key and select "New -> Key". Give this key the name "LabConfig" (be aware: qwerty!)
Select "New -> DWORD (32-bit)". Give this "Value" the name "BypassTPMCheck". Doubleclick on this value and change the "Value data" from 0 to 1.
Time and currency format
Dutch (Belgium). Keyboard or input method: “Belgian (Period).
Notice, you also have a "repair" option here... Choose "Install now".
Type of installation
Select “Custom: Install Windows only (advanced)".
Installation location & partitioning
Make sure "Num Lock" is activated on your keyboard (check the LED if possible). Select "New" and create a partition of 400 GB (409600 MB) and click "apply".
Read and comprehend the concept "Microsoft account". We do not want such an account for now. Previous versions allowed for a "local/offline account", via "Sign-in options". Starting of Windows 11 22H2, it does not work anymore. Use this trick: select "Sign in".