Microsoft is preparing for release new ISO files for both Windows 11 and Windows 10, version 22H2. Both releases will receive integration of the latest cumulative updates. Plus, Windows 11 will get an option to faster receive "Moment" updates.
Update 2023/05/24: The ISO files are now available for download.
Both ISO images should include Patch Tuesday fixes and improvements released this month.
For Windows 11, it is KB5026372, OS Build 22621.1702. The release is notable for adding a new toggle control on the Settings > Windows Update page. When you turn it on, you device will have a priority when getting the latest non-security updates and enhancements when they are available for your device. See Get Windows updates as soon as they're available for your device. There are also several fixes and general improvements included in this patch.
For Windows 10, the updated ISO image should include KB5026361, OS Builds 1904x.2965. In this update, a fix has been implemented to resolve a race condition found in Windows Local Administrator Password Solution (LAPS). The issue caused the Local Security Authority Subsystem Service (LSASS) to become unresponsive when multiple local account operations were processed simultaneously. This problem was identified to be associated with the access violation error code 0xc0000005.
The updated ISO images should have the names like
Win10_22H2_English_x64v2.iso. As of this writing, I don't see them available for download on the Microsoft website.
Once Microsoft update the servers, the files will become available.
The updated ISO images will be of help for those who do a clean install. Existing users already have all the new features and improvements after installing May Updates.
Thanks to Xeno.
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