If you’ve been waiting for Windows 10 21H1 ISOs, there’s some good news for you. Today, Microsoft has published ISO images of the next feature update, but there’s a catch – you need to join the Insider program to get started with a clean installation of Windows 10 version 21H1.
Microsoft has already confirmed that version 21H1 comes with a few quality improvements and there are no new features (if you don’t consider the changes for the Windows Hello settings page).
Like the October 2020 Update, version 21H1 also changes the way the system version numbers are used for Windows 10. Rather than using the year and month combination as version number, Microsoft is using ’21H1′, which is basically the year (2021) and the first half (H1).
The ISO images for Windows 10 version 21H1 are technically a ‘preview’ of the upcoming update, but you can safely use them if you really want the update now. Remember that there’s really no difference between version 20H2 and 21H1, and you should not rush.
This is because the update is based on version 20H2 and it’s nothing more than a cumulative update for version 20H2. The ISO will bump up the build number by one and enable improvements for Windows Hello Settings.
If you’re still interested, here’s how you can get started with a clean installation of the Windows 10 Spring 2021 preview update:
How to download Windows 10 21H1 ISO images
To download Windows 10 21H1 ISO, follow these steps:
- Register or the Windows Insider program from here.
- Head to the download page on Microsoft’s website.
- Click on ‘Select edition’.
- Select “Windows 10 Insider Preview (Beta Channel)” – Build 19043.
- Select the language (make sure that you select the language given in the Settings app > Language).
- Select “64-bit download”.
If you followed the above steps correctly, the download of the ISO file will start in your browser and the links will expire after 24 hours.
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