Microsoft has today released the first Windows 11 ISO images to users for performing a clean install of the operating system. Before now, if you want to try out the new OS, you must get the latest available Windows 10 version, and then upgrade from it to Windows 11.
The release of ISO images of the new OS marked a new milestone in the development of Windows 11. Recall that Microsoft is preparing a public launch of the operating system before the end of this year. However, a number of questions still remain, the main one of which is whether the promised support for Android applications will be added before the release of Windows 11.
Windows 11 preview builds are now available in both the developer channel (the most raw versions) and the beta channel (more stable versions), and are mostly cumulative updates. The focus is now on pre-launch, so Microsoft isn’t adding many new features to assemblies, but mostly improving existing ones. The weekly releases aim to fix bugs and improve the stability of Windows 11.
How To Download Windows 11 ISO images
Users who want to download a Windows 11 image can go to the Insider Downloads page and select the desired ISO image for a clean install of the operating system.