Microsoft has confirmed that version 21H1 will roll out sometime in May 2021 as a quick update that does not require full reinstallation, but if you cannot wait, the company is now making available the final version through its Windows Insider Preview Downloads page. The ISO file is meant to allow commercial customers to test and validate the operating system before it becomes generally available. However, anyone can download it to start using the new version of Windows 10. The only caveat is that using the ISO file, you can only perform an in-place or clean installation that requires full reinstallation. In this guide, you will learn the steps to download the ISO file to get early access to Windows 10 21H1.

To download the Windows 10 21H1 ISO file, use these steps:

Once you complete the steps, the final ISO for Windows 10 version 21H1 will download on the computer. Microsoft download page If you are running the 32-bit version of Windows, you need to use the 32-bit Download button. After downloading the ISO file, you can use tools like Rufus to create a USB flash drive media. If you plan to perform an in-place upgrade, you can simply double-click the file to mount the ISO with File Explorer and proceed with the setup process. Update May 18, 2021: The May 2021 Update is now officially ready for download on compatible devices. You can use these resources to get it now:

Windows 10 21H1 download with Update Assistant tool Windows 10 21H1 ISO file direct download without Media Creation Tool How to install Windows 10 21H1 with enablement package KB5000736 How to upgrade to Windows 10 21H1, May 2021 Update How to clean install Windows 10 21H1, May 2021 Update

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