[ANSWERED] After integrating updates, install.win becomes too big for UEFI installation

Chang_loo at 12h16
[ANSWERED] After integrating updates, install.win becomes too big for UEFI installation

Hallo Forum,
after integrating the available 63 Windows and Framework patches, I let winreducer create an UEFI ISO image.

Unfortunately, the install.wim file is 4.664.793 KB and too big to fit on a FAT32 formatted USB stick which is needed to install in UEFI mode.
Any hint where I might have may have a mistake and any solution for this issue?

Thank you

Chang Loo
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