Microsoft released Windows 11 Build 22000.194 to the Windows Insider Beta Channel a week ago. Yesterday they released Build 22463 to the Dev Channel and today, instead of releasing a new build of the Beta Channel, they have announced that 22000.194 will go to the channel Release Preview. In addition, they have announced the availability of ISOs of this build for download.
Windows 11 Build 22000.194 points to final version
This news inevitably leads us to conclude that Windows 11 has reached its “release version.” If nothing prevents it between now and October 5, Microsoft wants us to release Windows 11 with the experience offered by Build 22000.194. During these weeks they will continue to check that there are no relevant problems in this version to have a launch that is as clean and less bumpy as possible.
Microsoft, of course, is still working hard on the future of Windows 11 and we’ve already seen some exciting news on the Dev Channel. Also, Everything indicates that the Redmond ones intend to release a patch shortly after launch Windows 11 in the form of a cumulative update that fixes a good handful of bugs in sections such as Settings, Quick Settings or File Explorer.
In addition to moving Build 22000.194 to the Release Preview channel, Microsoft has also released the ISOs of this version. In this way, we can install them freely to do a clean installation whenever we want. You can get the ISOs through this link.