Last July, it was reported that Microsoft updated the Windows 11 Enterprise Evaluation Virtual Machine file until the September 11, 2022 deadline, which has passed and users who want to try this version will receive an activation notification to continue using the Virtual Machine file.
Now regarding the Windows 11 Enterprise Evaluation Virtual Machine, Microsoft recently updated the file with a trial time limit of January 10, 2023, with which users who want to keep trying to use this Virtual Machine can download and update their VM files.
Just like the previous version, this Virtual Machine File consists of several different files according to the user’s preferred VM application preferences, there are VMWare, Hyper-V, VirtualBox and Parallels, and not only Windows 11 Enterprise, there are a number of things that are included in this VM among others are :
- Windows 11 Enterprise (Evaluation)
- Visual Studio 2022 Community Edition with UWP, .NET Desktop, Azure, and Windows App SDK for C# workloads enabled
- Windows Subsystem for Linux 2 enabled with Ubuntu installed
- Windows Terminal installed
- Developer mode enabled
Size and How to Download
As for the size itself, this VM package is about 20 GB in size, which is quite large indeed, because once again it includes a number of applications and even WSL with the Ubuntu distro.
As for how to download it, you can just go to the page https://developer.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/downloads/virtual-machines/ to download this Windows 11 Enterprise VM.