Microsoft has released the new Insider Preview Build 22000.160, and for the first time, an official Windows 11 ISO is also available for download.
However, the available Windows 11 ISO is not the latest build, 22000.160 but rather the older build, 22000.132, which then needs to be updated accordingly.
Not much has changed since the first two developer releases officially classified as beta, Build 22000.100 and 22000.132. Microsoft only made changes to the “Alarm & Clock” application and the behavior of the operating system in case of updates or reboots.
With the official ISOs available for everyone to download, users can test this Windows 11 experience for themselves and report any issues or bugs.
How to download Windows 11 ISO?
If you want to test the ISO of the new operating system first-hand, you can do it from the Windows Insider Preview download page.
From here, you can get the ISO we are talking about. If you don’t see the option to download Windows 11, it’s because you’re not enrolled in the Insider program, or you haven’t signed in to your account.
Microsoft has summarized further information on the release of Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22000.160 on its Windows Blog.