According to OnMSFT, Microsoft has released a boxed licensed Windows 11 distribution kit on a USB drive. The package includes physical media with Windows 11 Home or Pro, as well as one activation key.
A flash drive with an OS distribution kit can be used for installation on several PCs, if you have the required number of activation keys.
Microsoft’s physical bundle price for English-speaking users is $139.99 for Windows 11 Home and $199.99 for Windows 11 Pro. Flash drives with Windows 11 have been available since the beginning of May at BestBuy.
It is noteworthy that the digital version of the Windows 11 Home and Pro package on BestBuy costs the same, but there is only an activation key, and the OS distribution kit needs to be downloaded from the Microsoft website or updated from Windows 10.
Microsoft changed the printing of the boxed version of Windows 11, but left the flash drive itself the same in appearance as it was bundled with Windows 10.
Windows 10 Pro on Amazon
Previously, you could buy a discounted boxed version of Windows 10 Pro with a USB drive on Amazon for $85 and then upgrade to Windows 11 Pro for free.
On October 4, Microsoft released Windows 11. From October 5, Microsoft allowed Windows 10 to be upgraded to Windows 11 for free, subject to hardware compatibility.