The upcoming Windows 11 may just have become a whole lot more accessible for Windows Insiders. Microsoft has released the ISO image files for Windows 11, available to download for users enrolled in the Windows Insider program's developer and beta channels.

Before Windows 11 ISO images were made available, users enrolled in the Insider program would have needed to update from Windows 10 build 21354. But with the officially released ISO images, users can perform a fresh install of Windows 11 on a test PC or virtual machine.

This simple change should encourage more Insiders to try out Windows 11, as they'll no longer need to upgrade from Windows 10 in order to try out the new operating system ahead of its launch later this year.

Interested in trying out Windows 11 for yourself? You'll first need to sign up to the Windows Insider program to access the download page. But once you're through, you can download the official ISO images to perform a clean install using a test PC or a virtual machine.