You can now download the official Windows 11 installation image in ISO format. Microsoft has just made the first Windows 11 ISO images available on the Windows Preview download page.
At the moment, Microsoft is offering a preview of build 22000.132 to my Developer and Beta channels. Each of these editions includes Windows 11 Home, Pro, and Education editions.
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to reach This download page, you must be a member of the Microsoft Insider Program, and be signed in to your Microsoft account. After selecting the preview version to recover, Microsoft will ask you to choose the language of the operating system before offering you the download link. Be warned, though, that it only stays active for 24 hours.
The recovered ISO image, which weighs just over 5GB, can then be used to upgrade a compatible device that already has Windows or to perform a clean install.
To upgrade, double-click the ISO file to install and open it on your device and run the file setup.exe it contains. Then select the option Modify the parameters to keep them and choose Keep personal files and apps before authentication.
To perform a clean install, the procedure is similar but slightly different. After opening the ISO file and pressing Setup.exe, select the option Modify the parameters to keep them Then click no thing To start a clean install of Windows 11.
You can also create a bootable Windows 11 USB installation key and then boot a compatible PC to run a file clean install From the preview of the new Microsoft operating system.
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