Windows 11 Changelog and update tracker; (Find Archived Links)

We help you get to know which features are coming in Windows 11, presenting you the Windows 11 changelog or an update tracker article.

Windows 11 is rolling out to the masses and is an impressive operating system from Microsoft. Windows 11 also have some bugs and issues and it’s not like the company is not aware.

This article helps you get every information you need to stay on the latest Windows 11 update. This article serves information that includes cumulative updates, patches, bug fixes, and stability. While Windows 11 is being released in the Stable, Beta, and Dev channels, it’s possible to gather up a list of the changelog. This guide will highlight new features and changelog as they make their way to the insider builds.

We’ll continue to update this article with new information, such as a changelog and new features. The builds changelog is sorted from old to newer.

Windows 11

Download Windows 11 Insider Preview ISO
Download Windows 11 Enterprise ISO Images
Download Windows 11 Version 21H2 Build

Build number 22621 (22H2) – Windows 11 2022 Update

Build number plays a specific role in Beta channel. However you can manually change build number from 22621 to 22622-22624, 2222631

In order to update to 22631 you need 22621.1760 build.

22621.x to 22631.xKB5027397x86-64 MSUARM64 MSU

Windows 11 Version 22H2 Ready-made ISO

Get a ready-made direct link to Microsoft’s Windows 11 English language build 22000.318.

Download Windows 11 22H2 – 64-bit (Consumer English ISO)
Size: 5.392 GB

Windows 11 version 22H2 ISO (Using UUP)

Windows 11 21H2 ISO (Using UUP)

Download Windows 11 build 22000.1163 ISO | 64-bit English Pro
Download Windows 11 build 22000.1163 ISO | arm  English Pro


Windows updates are generally compressed and come in a file format called Microsoft Cabinet (CAB) and when shared via the Microsoft update catalog website Microsoft releases them in MSU file format (Microsoft update).

The primary goal of these archive indexes is Cumulative Updates (also known as monthly updates). The monthly update includes security and stability e updates and is served through automatic updates, however, they also can be downloaded and installed manually. Han

In some cases, you need a Service stack update (SSU) to be installed before installing the latest cumulative update. Cumulative updates are rolled out in a way that a single latest Cumulative update will bump the build version regardless of the old build version. Let’s say you are 10 updates away from the latest build, installing those 10 updates one-by-one or one single latest cumulative update will be the same.

Windows 11 build index

The following index is sorted carefully to display the latest builds on top. Microsoft KB updates are usually released from different channels so a more elevated KB number doesn’t always represent the latest build number.

Build Number 22631 (Version 22H2)

BuildChangelog and known issuesDownload
22621.1825 and 22631.1825 [Multiple fixes for the Beta channel]KB5026440x86-64 UUP dump: 22621 || 22631ARM64 UUP dump: 22621 || 22631

Build Number 22621 (Version 22H2)

Cumulative updates list for Windows

BuildChangelog and known issuesDownload
22621.105 [First update for the Release Preview channel]KB5014688x86-64 & ARM

Build Number 22000 (Version 21H2)

Cumulative updates list for Windows

BuildChangelog and known issuesDownload
22000.766 [Search highlights]KB5014668x86-64 & ARM

How to install Windows 11 Cumulative Updates

Deployment Image Servicing and Management (DISM) is used to install such cumulative updates on Windows 11. We’ll demonstrate using it on Windows PowerShell.

1. CAB Packages

Run Powershell with admin privilege and type the following command.

dism /online /add-package /packagepath:<path_to_cabfile>


DISM.exe /Online /Add-Package /PackagePath:c:\

There are tools available to help you install cab files without tapping on your keyboard.

2. MSU packages

MSU package installation procedure is similar to simple software installation where double-clicking runs the setup. DISM utility can also be used to install these files.


Windows is always the first choice for the majority of people as it’s very easy to use and everyone is already familiar with the way it works. Many people might argue it’s not as stable as MacOS, an Operating system partially depends on Hardware and it’s a tedious task for Microsoft to make Windows work on every machine regardless of the machine’s capabilities.

It is completely fine if you use Windows, there is no point in arguing about which Operating system is better, for someone with an ancient computer Linux is the best way to get things done while coders and developers prefer macOS.

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