One of the biggest pains of being a Windows Insider is not that you get a new build usually once a week but it’s that after you install it and reboot there’s a .NET Framework update waiting and you have to reboot on it too. Always, two reboots. It’s been a major source of pain for me. Well that’s all changing with version 22H2 of Windows 11. The .NET Framework updates are integrating into the Unified Update Platform (UUP). There’s also a way to update the media in what we used to call “slipstream” but now it’s called Dynamic Updates. With Dynamic Updates enabled your installation media gets updated with the updates as well and when you go to create a new machine you won’t have to do as many Windows Updates after first launch.

The one less install/reboot cycle with each update of the OS will come as a welcome subtraction.