[DISCUSSION] Windows 11 Official Build 22000.xxx (PC) [co_release]

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  1. dosibox

    dosibox MDL Senior Member

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    Windows 11 (consumer editions) (updated May 2022) (x64) - DVD (French)
    fr-fr_windows_11_consumer_editions_updated_may_2022_x64_dvd_b85f2446.iso
    SHA256 : e182e16ba2a0911a0cbbf686ce11386c9e5c9d9c2b579c54a33ab82441c3e8cc
    release date : 2022-05-17

    Windows 11 (business editions) (updated May 2022) (x64) - DVD (French)
    fr-fr_windows_11_business_editions_updated_may_2022_x64_dvd_8176695d.iso
    SHA256 : f60471b67786b23cb79a39406dea9c3dbe14b0a8ee5133c1c3d791b4215a460d
    release date : 2022-05-17
     
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  2. W_fantasma

    W_fantasma MDL Member

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    Dude, that was already posted
    [DISCUSSION] Windows 11 Official Build 22000.xxx (PC) [co_release]
     
  3. Enthousiast

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  5. yro

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    is there a place to download the pt-br latest rtm win 11 iso?
     
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  6. Enthousiast

    Enthousiast MDL Tester

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    OP download section.
     
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    cant find the download link for the windows 11 22H2 rtm iso.
     
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    There isnt 1 thats why cause there is no RTM yet
     
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  11. Ahsan

    Ahsan MDL Addicted

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    Just wanted to have a quick feedback / pro advice on windows 11 current status..

    1. Is it stable on machines with unsupported processors.
    2. Is it now more stable than windows 10 , so one can upgrade without tension.
     
  12. maxama123

    maxama123 MDL Senior Member

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    1) It has always been stable.
    2) Yes, this is my own opinion.
     
  13. Mellipes

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    1. yes no problems
    2. Same stability as Windows 10
     
  14. Enthousiast

    Enthousiast MDL Tester

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    If i didn't need to be on the latest publicly or soon to be public Windows i would still be on 19044.xxx Edu or Enterprise, yesterday i did a WU Beta channel test upgrade to 22621 on my old second system (3rd gen i5), i will have a go at 22621 on my main system too but not sure if i will stay on 22621 or do a clean install of 19044.xxxx again (my system has full win 11 support (11th gen i7 11700) but is not the 12th gen intel for which 11 is designed.
     
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    Ahsan MDL Addicted

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    Thanks @Enthousiast , i will stay on 19044 as for some more months , as I this is my primary work PCs with everything set and working .
    can't afford to break it during Phd. work phase.
     
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    Interesting comment. I am using the latest public build of Windows 11, on several different computers. It has been quite stable for me, and I like having the same interface everywhere. I am presently experimenting with a linux release on my download box, and I do support Windows 10 on a number of computers for friends and family.

    By sticking with public releases of Windows 11, I have had no real problems so far (knock on wood).
     
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    #7359 Enthousiast, May 31, 2022
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    Why on earth do you want to do that on a system lacking UEFI?

    Just fix the win 11 ISO and install it on Legacy Bios/MBR.
     
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  19. W_fantasma

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    your mobo is not uefi boot capable, so you have to stick to mbr/legacy bios. use rufus to create your usb with option "MBR partition scheme for bios or UEFI" and it will boot fine.