Microsoft is rolling out another new test build of Windows 11 (Build 22000.160) to testers in the Dev and Beta channels today, August 19. Microsoft is also releasing the first official ISOs for Windows 11 (for build 22000.132) for those who want clean installations or in-place upgrades.
In today's blog post, Microsoft officials note that installing Windows 11 from the ISO will walk users through the new setup/"out of box" experience. During these steps, users can name their PCs and see the new "Get Started" app.
In the release notes for Build 22000.160, Microsoft officials said they're making a tweak to the feature, which allows users to see estimates as to how long a restart for updates will take. This change will result in this feature only showing up on PCs with SSDs. PCs with standard HDDs won't see estimates on restart time, but Microsoft officials said they hope to bring estimates back to HDD PCs once they fix some bugs in the feature.