Windows 10 20H1 build 18950 ISO files now available for download

What you need to know

  • Windows 10 20H1 build 18950 ISO files are now available to download.
  • The files allow you to perform a "clean" install of build 18950.
  • You can download the files now directly from Microsoft.

Windows Insiders can now download the ISO files for Windows 10 20H1 preview build 18950. These ISO files allow you to perform a clean install of 18950 on your PC, and they're available now from the Windows Insider site.

Windows 10 build 18950 is the latest build available on the Fast ring, and it first began rolling out last week. The update brings a number of noteworthy changes, including tweaks to Snip & Sketch, along with the first references to a "Cloud download" option for PC resets and refreshes.

Windows 10 20H1 is still in development ahead of its expected spring 2020 release. Microsoft started testing the 20H1 update ahead of 19H2, which is expected to release this fall.

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

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Dan Thorp-Lancaster

Dan Thorp-Lancaster is the former Editor-in-Chief of Windows Central. He began working with Windows Central, Android Central, and iMore as a news writer in 2014 and is obsessed with tech of all sorts. You can follow Dan on Twitter @DthorpL and Instagram @heyitsdtl