What you need to know
- Windows 11 build 22000.160 has been released for Insiders in the Dev Channel.
- The new Clock app is rolling out.
- Official Windows 11 ISOs are available for download.
On top of those two other massive drops, ISOs are now available. As promised in the headline of this post, here's how to download them: Just go to the link Microsoft explicitly made for those interested in downloading the ISOs (yes, the one hyperlinked in this very sentence). That's all there is to it.
Microsoft provides an outline of what to expect when using the ISOs in its blog post announcing the new Insider Preview Build.
As you use these ISOs to install Windows 11, you will go through the new Windows 11 setup experience (often referred to as the "out of box experience" or OOBE for short) which is designed to build excitement for Windows 11 right from the moment you turn on a new Windows 11 PC for the very first time. Based on your feedback, we have added the ability to name your PC during the setup experience too. After running through the setup experience, the Get Started app is a new first run experience app that will help you quickly get setup on a new PC.
There you have it. Grab those ISOs and get ready to have your excitement built, courtesy of Microsoft's Windows 11 team. And be sure to keep checking Windows Central for all future updates concerning the operating system.
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