How To Slipstream Drivers And Updates In A Custom Windows ISO

Most of us don't enjoy reinstalling Windows. Between finding all the essential drivers, downloading every windows update, and reinstalling all of our apps, it's a time consuming and, frankly, tedious procedure. However, there is a way to make it much easier. With slipstreaming, we can add all the necessary drivers, updates, settings, and programs, along with the operating system. Let's see how to create a custom Windows ISO tailored to your needs, for any modern version of Windows.


How To Download Windows Updates Manually For Easier Installation

Downloading Windows updates is a relatively time-consuming process, especially if we have a moderate internet connection speed. Even more so if we are reinstalling an older version of Windows, which can have gigabytes of Windows updates accumulated. In this guide, we will see how we can massively download Windows updates as files on our PC, and how to install them directly after a format and reinstallation on any computer.


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