I downloaded the .iso file for windows 11 and had it verified. I can't get the USB stick I created from it to boot, however. My attempts failed using both the Rufus utility on Windows and the analogous utilities on Linux Mint and Ubuntu. One clue about wat may be going wrong --- and something must be amiss because those USB boot sticks have never failed me before --- is that the file system Microsoft used for the DVD layout on this newest build is unique among its OS releases. I say that because during one failed attempt I got a fleeting popup error message that said something to the effect that this iso uses a 12XXX file system, which this program does not support. I don't remember the numbers in the 12XXX or which utility confessed why it failed. Any similar results, my friends? I'm getting tired of trying to do what in my old age has become routine and elementary and now has become just another burden, like my arthritis, low T, ED, COPD, MSNBC, and LMNOP.