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how to download the ISO of the May 2020 Update

22 mayo, 2021

Microsoft recently announced that they are already putting the final finishing touches on the next version of Windows 10, namely the May 2020 Update (version 20H1) which should arrive, as its name implies, this May.

However, members of the Insider program can already enjoy this for several days, in fact, the latest build It already includes all the features that users will see when we update to version 20H1, and not only that, but it is possible to download that ISO to make a completely clean installation wherever we want.

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How to download Windows 10 20H1 ISO

The first thing you need to do is join the Windows 10 Insider Program, otherwise you won’t be able to access the downloads. For this you need to go to this link and click on “Become an Insider“.

You will need a Microsoft account to associate with your Insider account. You can use an existing one or create a new one right away. Once this step is done you can go to this link to find all the available downloads.

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Select Iso Windows 10

Scroll to the bottom of the page until you find the option to select editing as seen in the image above. There you will have all the available versions. If you want the least unstable version of all, choose Windows 10 Insider Preview (SLOW) – Build 19041.

Confirm Language

That is the latest build of Windows 10 May 2020 Update of the slow ring of Insiders with all the features that it will have at launch. The next thing you should do is choose your language, and then just click on “Confirm” to start ISO download either 32 or 64 bit. If your computer is not more than 10 years old, you surely need 64-bit ones.

Download Windows 10 Insider Preview

Once with the ISO at hand you can use something like RUFUS, to create a USB boot disk that you can use to install Windows 10 from scratch. You can do it on your own computer, in an extra one you have, or in another partition or in a virtual machine to test the news before anyone else.