Now it is possible to download the updated ISO images of the Windows 11 operating system (version 21H2) with the help of the UUP Dump tool and the Microsoft website. You can efficiently perform a fresh installation of Windows 11 without the need to update a copy of Windows 10 installed on a physical system. Microsoft has released Windows 11 media creation tool to create a bootable drive and an Installation Assistant to download the Windows 11 ISO 64-bit files. The UUP dump tool downloads all files from official Microsoft servers and generates a fully functional ISO package that can be used to install Windows 11 from scratch.
Download Windows 11 21H2 22000.776 ISO
Method 1: Through Microsoft Website’s Direct Links
Some of you had been waiting for the first ISO directly from Microsoft to try out Windows 11. Now Microsoft has found Windows 11 22000 to be good and officially makes it available for download as the first Windows 11 ISO. The latest Windows 11 ISO build is 22000.776. The patch KB5014668 increases the version number of Windows 11 to 22000.776 (21H2 Version).
Direct Link: Win11_English_x64
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Windows 11 ISO Size: The size of the ISO file is 5.1GB (depends on the language pack).
If the above direct link expires, then you can download Windows 11 June 2022 Update ISO using the following steps:
- Go to the Microsoft software download page.
- Head over to the section “Download Windows 11 Disk Image (ISO).”
- Select “Windows 11” > Click on “Download”.
- Select the preferred language.
- Now click on 64-bit download.
Method 2: Through the UUP Dump tool
- Visit UUP Dump Website’s dedicated Windows 11 section. It allows users to download the entire ISO file of any version of Windows 11, such as the 21H2 22000.776 ISO Build. If you do not know about the latest version download process, follow a few simple steps (see below).
How to download the latest Windows 11 ISO using the UUP Dump tool?
Step 1: Go to the UUP dump website and Type “Windows 11” in the search box.
Step 2: Scroll down the main page until you find the latest windows build i.e. 22000.776 ISO.
Step 3: Click on the latest build, and Choose English from the Language drop-down menu.
Step 4: Click Next and choose the editions of Windows 11 that you prefer (Pro version suggested).
Step 5: Now click Next again and choose the “Download and convert to ISO” and leave Include updates checked.
Step 6: Click on Create download package, and you will get a compressed archive that must be extracted locally to a folder of your choice.
Step 7: Now double-click the uup_download_windows.cmd file > click on More Info and then Run Anyway.
Step 8: A procedure will be started, and selected Windows 11 version files will be downloaded automatically.
Step 9: The Windows 11 ISO file will be stored in the same folder where the UUP dump file was extracted.
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What’s new in Windows 11 ISO?
New design: new interface combining opaque and transparent textures, new animations, icons, new wallpapers and sounds.
New Start menu: lighter, easier to use. The disappearance of dynamic tiles.
New taskbar: all icons are now centred by default.
Better management of the secondary screen: when you disconnect the second screen, the windows and applications will be minimised in the taskbar. They will return to their place when you reconnect the second screen. Previously, disconnecting the secondary screen caused windows and apps to messily transfer to the primary screen.
Customisable virtual offices: each virtual office created can be personalised to adapt to its use. A theme can be applied to each virtual office to differentiate them better.
Widgets: customisable widgets (weather, news, calendar, etc.) based on artificial intelligence that will adapt to your activities and areas of interest.
Improved tablet mode: The Windows 11 interface will adapt automatically, leaving more space between icons and resizing windows when switching to touch. The change from horizontal mode to vertical mode has been redesigned. New gestures are also available to better interact with windows.
June 16: Windows 11 Build 22000.776 (KB5014668) is available to Insiders in the Release Preview Channel. The build brings search highlights and changes for WinRM and SMB.
May 19: Windows 11 Build 22000.706 (KB5014019) is available to Insiders in the Release Preview Channel. It has improved the Family Safety verification experience for child accounts when they request additional screen time. Microsoft has also added support for its Windows Spotlight feature on the desktop.
April 25: A new optional update for Windows 11 with build 22000.652 is now available under KB5012643. It fixes a near-hour-long Windows startup delay issue alongside several other fixes. It is the same update rolled out a couple of weeks ago with build 22000.651. However, Microsoft does point out a few particular fixes this time around.
April 14: Microsft has released Windows 11 Build 22000.651 (KB5012643) to Insiders in the Release Preview Channel who are on Windows 11. This update includes several fixes such as improvements for servicing the Secure Boot component, startup process stop error, memory leak issue, incorrectly aligned video subtitles and more.
January 11: 2022-01 Cumulative Update for Windows 11 (KB5009566) is now released. It updates security for your operating system and fixes Japanese Input Method Editors (IME) problems.
December 15: Microsoft has released Windows 11 22000.376 (KB5008215) cumulative update. The new Windows 11 patch updates security for Windows OS with miscellaneous security improvements. Microsoft also shared a video where they mentioned that the patch KB5008215 arrives with Windows Emoji improvements, including Emoji 13.1 support and Fluent 2D emoji style.