- September 11, 2021
Microsoft publishes first ISOs for Windows 11 vNext
Recently, Microsoft released Windows 11 Insider Preview build 22454, the second Dev channel work since it split away from the…
Recently, Microsoft released Windows 11 Insider Preview build 22454, the second Dev channel work since it split away from the Beta channel. Presently, you can download an official ISO of the build. The organization is currently offering official Insider ISO pictures for Windows 11 build 22454, build 22000.132, and Windows 10 form 19044.1202.
This is the first time when that Microsoft has released ISO pictures for Windows 11 vNext. It’s not unequivocally attached to the next version of the OS, which is expected out the next fall, yet it’s a prerelease build. That is the means by which the Dev channel works. It exists to try out new features under a perpetual state of ‘vNext’.
It’s likewise notable that Windows 10 build 19044 is accessible in ISO format, as that is a preview build of Windows 10 version 21H2. That implies that this is the best way to select your machine in 21H2 testing. Microsoft began seeding builds to the Release Preview channel, however it’s just for those that had been kicked off of the Beta channel for not meeting the Windows 11 prerequisites.
Except if you were in the Beta channel on June 24 and got started off, there’s no way to enroll. Presently, essentially you can install the ISO if you want it.
Clearly, ISO pictures can be helpful if you want to do a clean installation of the OS. So presently, if you want to get your hands on Windows 11 vNext, you don’t need to install Windows 11 and afterward enroll in the Dev channel. You can simply download the ISO and start new.
Of course, there are three editions of Windows 11 (or Windows 10) that you can download. Those incorporate Windows 11, Windows 11 Enterprise, and Windows 11 Home China. What’s more, obviously, those three come from three channels, including Dev, Beta, and Release Preview.