Windows 10 version 21H1 is available for commercial pre-release validation
Microsoft should soon release the Windows 10 21H1 official version, which has been pushed to the pre-release validation by commercial users.
The so-called pre-release validation is to test for commercial users in advance, including testing new features and stability, and other related conditions so that they can be installed immediately after the stable version is released.
Ordinary consumers will also receive this Windows 10 version if they choose to participate in the release of the preview channel at this time, but based on stability considerations, we recommend that you do not upgrade for the time being.
As for business users, Microsoft provides a variety of methods for business users to upgrade, including through WSUS, etc., which can provide new versions to update supported devices.
As mentioned by meterpreter.org many times before, Windows 10 21H1 is just a small update, so its update package is actually a patch to enable features.
This is also the case when the user only needs to spend a few minutes to complete the installation, of course, the premise is that the user’s current version is already Windows 10 20H2 version, and so on.
If the user is using the old version, the update package also contains the intermediate version, so the actual download size of the update depends entirely on the actual version currently used by the user.
For business users, Microsoft’s update channels include Windows Update, Windows Server Update Services, and the Azure market.
Microsoft hopes that business users, especially corporate administrators, can download and install this version for testing in advance so that it can be upgraded immediately after the subsequent official release.
To fresh install, you can download the ISO image here.