Windows 10 20H1 build 18932 ISO files now available for download

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What you need to know

  • Windows 10 20H1 build 18932 ISO files are now available to download.
  • The files allow you to perform a "clean" install of build 18932.
  • You can download the files now directly from Microsoft.

Windows Insiders can now get their hands on the ISO files for the latest Windows 10 20H1 preview build in the Fast ring, 18932. The ISO files will allow you to perform a clean install of 18932 on your PC, and they're available to download now from the Windows Insider site.

Build 18932 first rolled out to Insiders last week, and it includes a wide range of new features. There are several improvements to Windows 10's eye control feature, along with additional accessibility tweaks and more granular controls over how your notifications work. Of course, there are a ton of bug fixes and general improvements tagging along as well.

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Windows 10 20H1 is the in-development version of Microsoft's planned major update for the spring of 2020. Curiously, Microsoft began its testing of 20H1 without any word on the 19H2 release, which will be released this fall. However, the company cleared things up last week, noting that 19H2 will be much smaller in scope than previous version updates, lacking any major new features. Rather, you can think of it more like a Service Pack for 19H1.

If you want to give the new ISO files a shot, you can download them now at Microsoft.

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