The new Windows 11 has been available for testing by Windows Insiders for a long time now. Initially only for developer channel members, recently beta members were able to enjoy the new OS.
In the meantime, Microsoft has also published the ISO file of Preview Build 22000.132 of Windows 11. With these, you can now perform a clean reinstall of the new operating system for the first time. For this you have to download the required files from File Download the official Windows website. However, these are only available to members of the Insider Program.
Your system must also meet the required system requirements for Windows 11. Most devices should be able to do this, but Microsoft also requires the TPM 2.0 security module. This is often not activated and therefore must be turned on manually in the BIOS.
Microsoft has changed a few things for a clean install of Windows 11 and promises a new OOBE (out-of-the-box experience). During setup, you can now give your computer a name, for example, which was previously only possible after the initial installation was completed.
After the installation is complete, the new Get-Started app is supposed to help you set up your PC according to your desires.
So, if you haven’t tried the new OS yet, because you’d rather be a completely fresh start with it, it’s finally your time.
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