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This is how you can download Windows 11 version 21H2 ISO

This is how you can download Windows 11 version 21H2 ISO

Microsoft today began distributing free upgrades to Windows 11 to users of Windows 10 devices. The US company has announced that Windows 11 will be available immediately for new Windows 10 devices already installed and for Windows 10 devices eligible on the official Windows blog. If you want to upgrade from Windows 10 to Windows 11, Microsoft recommends that you wait for a message from Windows Update to update your PC. Distribution will take place in several stages, so not all users will receive an immediate update. So one or another user has to wait longer than he wants. However, Microsoft has a solution for impatient users because the company provides the Windows 11 installation DVD as the ISO file for download. You can also download the Windows 11 Media Creation Tool from the website below. With its help, you can start downloading the Windows 11 ISO file. The Media Creation tool downloads Windows 11 as an ISO file and, upon request, creates an installable USB stick or saves the ISO file to hard disk, which is used to install Windows 11. Additional information on the availability of Windows 11 can be found officially here Windows Experience Blog.

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Download the Windows 11 version 21H2 ISO file from Microsoft here:

Install Windows 11 version 21H2 from the ISO image

In Windows 7, you can convert an ISO file to a DVD using the Windows Disk Image Burner. The ISO file can be loaded directly under Windows 8, 8.1 or 10. In Windows Vista or XP, converting an ISO file to media requires a third-party program. A possible USB / DVD tool from Microsoft.

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Detailed information about the Windows 11 version 21H2 update can be found at Microsoft.

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Via Windows Experience Blog