Windows 11 RTM ISO before 5. October?

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The only way you could get it 'early' is to guess which one of the beta builds will become the RTM and grab that ISO from UUPDump. It was done that way before with Win 10 and I guess it could be done again. But, IMO, it's best to wait for MS to come out with it officially.
 

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^ NO. Lol.
 

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Microsoft has had to release something to builders who plan to have Windows 11 systems available on October 5. It takes time to get software loaded, get the machines boxed up and shipped out to retailers. If somebody wants an early 11 install on non-Insider machines, I think it would be safe to grab one of the latest "beta" builds and install it. After all, CUs will keep things updated until the 5th and after. It's not like MS will pull off a huge revision between now and the 5th.
 

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If your PC meets the requirements, This Build is the best thing yet.
 

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The Release Preview channel is reserved for updates that are ready to ship. That means that yes, Windows 11 build 22000.194, or the build in the Release Preview channel, is the RTM build that should ship out to non-Insiders on October 5.

Is 22000.194 really RTM?
 

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Carnac the Magnificent says, "Definitely maybe yes with a possibility of no."

I just can't wait for the hundred of threads coming up, "I don't have Windows 11 yet. Should I have it? Why don't I have it? Is something wrong? No, I'm not going to just download it and upgrade, I'm going to wait and whine about it for 6 months."

Or

"I woke up this morning and my computer is on Windows 11! Microsoft forced it on my computer, I don't want it. How can I get rid of it and keep them from forcing it on me again!"

Those are easy predictions.
 

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Carnac the Magnificent says, "Definitely maybe yes with a possibility of no."

I just can't wait for the hundred of threads coming up, "I don't have Windows 11 yet. Should I have it? Why don't I have it? Is something wrong? No, I'm not going to just download it and upgrade, I'm going to wait and whine about it for 6 months."

Or

"I woke up this morning and my computer is on Windows 11! Microsoft forced it on my computer, I don't want it. How can I get rid of it and keep them from forcing it on me again!"

Those are easy predictions.
At least those replace the "I have a PC from the early nineties that runs on diesel, why does it not meet the hardware spec?" and the "f*ck you Microsoft I'm clever and I've hacked the sh!t out of a bootleg ISO" brigades
 

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