1.    06 Apr 2015 #1
    Join Date : Apr 2015
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    windows 7, 8, 10, various linux flavors (in VirtualBox)

    Install build 10049 over 10041

    I'm using VirtualBox and and wonder whether I have to start a new VM for 10049, or whether I install 10049 over 10041. Anyone tried this?

    BTW, new to the forum so apologize if this post is in the wrong place or something .

    P.S. the Microsoft site says there is no new .ISO; just do updates and the new build should be installed.
    Last edited by extreme; 06 Apr 2015 at 18:26. Reason: found answer
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