How To Jailbreak Windows 11

In this blog post, we will guide you through the process of jailbreaking Windows 11. Jailbreaking refers to the process of bypassing the restrictions imposed by the operating system, allowing you to install and run unauthorized third-party applications and customize the interface to your liking.

Disclaimer: Jailbreaking your operating system can potentially void your warranty, expose your device to security vulnerabilities, and cause other issues. Proceed at your own risk. This guide is for educational purposes only.


  • A computer running Windows 11
  • Administrator access to the computer
  • A backup of your important data

Jailbreaking Windows 11

Follow the steps below to jailbreak your Windows 11 computer:

1. Enable Developer Mode

By default, Windows 11 restricts the installation of third-party apps. Enabling Developer Mode allows you to bypass this restriction. To enable Developer Mode, follow these steps:

  1. Press Win + I to open the Settings app.
  2. Click on Privacy & security.
  3. Click on For developers in the left sidebar.
  4. Select the Developer Mode option.
  5. Click Yes to confirm your selection.

2. Disable Windows Defender

Windows Defender may prevent the installation of unauthorized apps. To disable it, follow these steps:

  1. Press Win + I to open the Settings app.
  2. Click on Privacy & security.
  3. Click on Windows Security in the left sidebar.
  4. Click on Virus & threat protection.
  5. Click on Manage settings under Virus & threat protection settings.
  6. Toggle off the Real-time protection option.

3. Download a Jailbreak Tool

There are numerous jailbreak tools available online. For this guide, we will use a hypothetical tool called “Win11Jailbreak.” Download the latest version of “Win11Jailbreak” from a reputable source and unzip the contents.

4. Run the Jailbreak Tool

Right-click on the “Win11Jailbreak.exe” file and select Run as administrator. Follow the prompts and allow the tool to jailbreak your Windows 11 system.

5. Install Third-Party Applications and Customize Your System

With your system now jailbroken, you can install unauthorized third-party applications, access hidden settings, and customize your Windows 11 experience to your liking.


By following this guide, you have successfully jailbroken your Windows 11 computer. Remember to exercise caution when installing third-party applications and modifying your system settings, as doing so may expose your computer to security vulnerabilities and cause other issues.