"it creeps along sssslowwlyyyy..."
Last edited by Night Hawk; 10 Nov 2015 at 01:16. Reason: additional comment
2 new updates
Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 1511 for x64-based Systems (KB3105211)
Security Update for Internet Explorer Flash Player for Windows 10 Version 1511 for x64-based Systems (KB3103688)
I saw those on the VM and then a few hours later the 10586 was ready to download! That is the second VM since the 10 Pro couldn't use the 7 Pro key the 10 Home was set up and saw that upgraded to the 10586 and activated with another sitting idle 7 Home Premium key. That was on the second desktop there.
The first of the two is the obvious one as that preps for the 10586 to go on regardless of which previous build you have running. I think that simply confirms that the latest will be able to go on. Kind of reminds of how a trojan downloader works!
"who said that?!" It opens the doorway for this build in particular being the second RTM core that went on.
That's how the latest version will be updated over time by not going through the full upgrade but partial for the core elements. I watched how that worked several times on the VMs here.
Windows 10 Insider Preview ISO
Installation also sets up in the insider program. Once the user has upgraded to 10586 while in the insider program he can leave the insider program by merely "throwing the switch" and rebooting. Then the user is on Fall Update (version 1511) and on a mainstream build.
Of course one can simply wait for the Fall Update to release and the new .iso to be available on the regular Media Creation Tool site.
That was the page for the 10565 and nothing else. You still have to sign into an MS account or see a new one created and sign in if not sign up for the Insider program in order to get the automatic upgrade to the latest build. Nothing has changed there until the 10586 or next build is seen available with the MC tool.
Guess what decided show up on the VM on the main build?
Those seem to be followup updates not the two seen right before the 10586 went on as the upgrade on each VM here. One definition updated for Windows Defender refused to go on however. KB2267602 you will want to look out for. The av's firewall may be the problem while WD is rather useless once you have a good program on anyways. So no worry!
Last edited by Night Hawk; 10 Nov 2015 at 15:08. Reason: additional information
upgrading now, missed this for some reason even i have the updates coming automatically. however i hate that "scheduled restart" - it should notify me asap when i log into windows, that hey, you got things to be done here wink wink.
that way i dont have to use my nix computer awhile waiting upgrade but instead, itd be upgrade whilst i made some food to kids