The Rufus utility beta was released under the number 3.20 a few days ago. Now, the author has released a new release build. The utility is still available to assist users in installing Windows 11 with less effort.
In addition to bypassing security checks for TPM, SecureBoot, and Microsoft accounts, the current assembly allows you to create a local account automatically when installing the OS. Rufus 3.20 can also copy the regional settings of an installed Windows version.
The new version creates an accounts with the same username as the current user. It is suggested to change the password after each reboot. Some bugs were also fixed. The new version can be downloaded here.
Microsoft updated the prerequisites to install Windows 11 in May, including an internet connection. This was necessary to install Windows 11 22H2 insider. The Rufus beta program allows you to bypass these restrictions.