Off Topic. . .Redstone. . .according to Google research Redstone isn't going to be out until 2016 sometime, thus who really can tell when it is is up to Microsoft. . .. Hope this straighten out the Redstone discussion. . .
From everything I've read (mostly from April 2015), Redstone won't be released until Summer/Fall of 2016. Of course, things may have changed since the articles were written, but probably not, since there doesn't seem to be anything else out there on Redstone.
Venturebeat.com had this to say:
Source: Microsofts codename Redstone is a Windows 10 update coming in 2016 | VentureBeat | Business | by Emil ProtalinskiNext year, Microsoft will follow a similar summer/fall release schedule (Neowin reports June and October timeframes) for Windows 10, under the Redstone name.
The best part of these rumors appears to be the hint that the Windows Insiders program may continue after Windows 10 is released. As such, Threshold and Redstone updates may be available to testers before they are released for all Windows users.
We know that we're testing Threshold now, so I'm sure we'll be testing Redstone too. When it's released to us, who knows. However, my money's on January 2016. Especially since from all indications, a summer/fall June/October release of Redstone could happen.
we shall see. ms is a gang, apple is a legacy of a dead man.
Hey, when i do a clean install of win 10 insider preview build 10565 my pc boot like this:
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Well I'm back to the RTM of Windows 10. I loved this newest build after I upgraded to it through the update process, no problems at all and everything was just right. Then I figured that I would clean install using the ISO that I downloaded from the Microsoft page and my system crashed. It would not boot at all. I tried several different fixes, spent the better part of yesterday working on this, to no avail. I loaded my ISO of the RTM and everything is good. I am off the preview program for awhile.