Microsoft released the first ISO file for Windows 11, but it was also available in other ways, as you saw in the Windows 11 installation guide. This is another step towards the final release.
If you are new to this type of "image," be aware that it is a sector-by-sector copy of the official DVD for operating system installation/maintenance, created as a disk image file that you can download, save, and save. It was transported. This image can be viewed on the Internet as a single file with a .iso extension (the other but most used format) of any software, operating system, application, game, or other.
For operating systems, they are very useful, and there are several uses available that focus on the new Windows 11 and last check. Yes, the version is still under development, is in the preliminary stage (beta), and is not guaranteed to be fully stable, so it should only be used for testing the temporary disposal of production-specific equipment.
How to download Windows 11 ISO
Microsoft has not yet made these images publicly available but has reserved them for the Insider trial program subscribers. All you need is a Microsoft ID account. To get it, they explain it step by step.
Go to the Windows Insider Preview download page. If the page doesn't authenticate automatically, identify yourself with your Microsoft ID account.
- Select InsiderPreview Build 2200.132 version. (they recommend a stable beta version rather than a development channel)
- Select a language. (Two editions are already available in Spanish, Spanish, and Mexico)
- Download the resulting file "Windows11_InsiderPreview_Client_x64_es-en_22000.iso".
uupdump.net is a third-party site that provides scripts to download the required files and convert them to Windows 11 ISO. Microsoft used this before it officially provided the image. The files used to create the ISO are official Microsoft files.
- Go to uupdump.net. This page offers download, development (more advanced timeline), or beta (slightly less stable) cross-channel versions on various architectures.
- Then you will see the latest purchases added. Choose Windows 11 Insider partial view 10.0.22000.160 (co_release) amd64.
- Click on it and select Spanish and your preferred edition (Home or Pro).
- Select the download option "Download and convert to ISO" to get the compressed ZIP file used to get the image.
- Unzip the file to a folder on the disk.
- Navigate to the folder and double-click the "uup_download_windows.cmd" file.
- Running the file opens a command prompt window, runs the batch file, downloads all the required files from Microsoft, and creates a package that creates the Windows 11 ISO file.
Once Microsoft started offering official images, the above method was faster and easier than this method, but if other methods fail or you don't have a Microsoft ID account, this method will work. There is this case method.
The developer has a small application (both Windows and Office) that he has used for years to download images. These images are official and are the same as those provided by Microsoft and are accessed as follows:
- Go to the Heidoc.net page and download the "WindowsISODownloader.exe" application.
- Here you can access Windows 7, 8.1, 10, and 11. In addition to the version for Mac, you can also access the Office suite from the 2007 version.
- Only the Windows 11 SDK is available, but it will certainly be updated with the available images.