UUP Dump: Download Windows 11 ISO 64-bit to Install on PC

Windows 11 is available for testers in the Insider Program, but Microsoft has not yet made an official ISO file available for download. However, you can easily build a Windows 11 ISO 64-bit file yourself. You can load the data directly from Microsoft; the work is done by a free tool called UUP Dump. Here, we have explained exactly how you can be one of the first users to get Windows 11. Many users want an ISO file from Windows 11 to be able to set up the system fresh.

So far, Microsoft has not yet provided an ISO image of Windows 11. That should happen soon, but as of now, you have to build the Windows 11 ISO yourself. It’s very easy with the free UUP dump tool.

What is UUP Dump Tool for Windows 11?

Using the UUP dump tool, it is possible to download the latest version of Windows 11 directly from Microsoft. You don’t have to worry about accidentally falling for a manipulated Windows 11 ISO. For the latest Windows 11, click “x64” next to “Latest Dev Channel build”. So far a few builds of Windows 11 is listed there. However, this list should grow steadily over the next few weeks.

Windows 11 ISO using UUP Dump

How to Download Windows 11 ISO 64-bit Using UUP Dump?

Firstly go to the uupdump.net tool and scroll down a bit on the page.

Select the version with which you want to create an ISO file with a click of the mouse.

Then specify the language in the left column.

Click on “Next” and then select the edition of Windows that you want to load.

Again click on “Next” brings you to the summary. Here you can check again whether all the options you have chosen fit.

The “Download method” is correctly preselected, you can click on “Create download package”.

The program then automatically creates the image file of the selected Windows 11 version and stores it in the selected folder.

Now you will see a small zip file in the download folder, which you can unpack right away.

Then execute the “uup_download_windows.cmd” file with a double click.

Now the actual download of the Windows 11 files rattles down in the command line. Depending on the internet speed, this may take a while.

Once all the downloads have been loaded, a script automatically creates an ISO file from them. You will find this ISO file in the unpacked zip folder at the end of the procedure.

Now you can create a bootable USB drive with it using the Rufus tool to install Windows 11.

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