Is an updated ISO of Windows 11 coming soon?
The file will reportedly contain the KB5026372 patch.
- Microsoft is reportedly working to launch updated ISOs aimed at both Windows 10 & 11 users.
- For Windows 11, the update will contain the KB5026372 May Patch Tuesday.
- The latest Patch Tuesday for Windows 10, KB5026361, will also arrive.
Microsoft has exciting news for Windows users! Redmond officials are reportedly are working to release new updated ISO files for both Windows 11 version 22H2 and Windows 10 version 22H2.
The ISO files, which will soon be available to download, bring the highly anticipated Moment 2 and Moment 1 feature updates to the general public.
As spotted by tech enthusiast @PhantomOfEarth, these Windows 11 22H2 ISOs are based on the latest Patch Tuesday release, which includes the KB5026372 update and carries the build number 22621.1702.
The updated ISOs allow users to experience the Moment 1 and Moment 2 features, as well as the new Windows Update (WU) toggle, right from a clean installation without the need for additional updates.
While it may not be entirely surprising that the ISOs include the Patch Tuesday update, it is still a welcome addition for users looking to have the latest features integrated into their installations.
As we’ve previously reported, the KB5026372 update was plagued with issues. Users claim VPN connection problems where preexisting issues like the one affecting SSD speeds have not been resolved with this update.
Where can I download the latest Windows 11 ISO?
To obtain the updated Windows 11 22H2, you can visit Microsoft’s official website and download them using the Media Creation Tool. The filename for the Windows 11 ISO is expected to be Win11_22H2_English_x64v2.iso.
Besides Windows 11, Microsoft is also releasing updated files for Windows 10 version 22H2. Users can download the ISOs through the Media Creation Tool option on Microsoft’s website.
Similar to Windows 11, the Windows 10 version will include the latest Patch Tuesday update (KB5026361) for Windows 10.
Have you downloaded the latest Windows 10 and 11 ISOs? Let us know in the comments!