Well as I formatted my computer 23 days ago and installed my original Windows 8 then updated it for free to Windows 10. Since 31 days didn't pass yet, I decide to grab the Media Creation Tool and install the update manually. I'm running it now comfortably, and yes the performance is far better than Windows 7 or Windows 8, but not much different from the base version of 10. I saw that some glitches I was getting with the base version got fixed on the update so cheers for that!
10586 is 10586 is 10586 and each of them , 10586.0, 10586.3 and 10586.11 are same same respectively on the gen release and Insider builds so yes this all includes the general release versions as well as the insider bulds so it's all pertinent when discusing the 10586 varients .
I just updated my 10586.3 Insider and consumer NTFS volumes on this hdd from 10586.3 to 15886.11 .
Yes but keeps us on our toes also at least we don't get bored
That's good to remember in case I encouner that, the 2 HP P7's and the HP Elitebook here have been upgrading and updating fine.......same for the Dell Optiplex ( so far )
I don't know what the differnce is from10586.3 to 10586.11 must all be under the hood or more spyware
my own problem was the scheduled self restarts didnt want to work, I had to manually trigger it, once I did, the upgrade went in perfectly.
I've been wondering why I didn't get any problem ugrading to Threshold 2, but I always had problems upgrading in other versions from Windows Update. And now I have my conclusions:
- First attempt, time ago, was under a non legal copy. So the fault goes to that.
- Second attemptS (yep, several), I had cleaning tools installed on Windows 8 before running the upgrade to 8.1.
Right now, my upgrades to this new build in both computers (the same I had when 8 to 8.1) were legal and without cleaning software installed on Windows since I installed 10. So... well. That's my only point. Maybe I'm wrong, maybe it has something to do.
So from now, and just to have caution, I'm only running the tools that Windows provide in order to defrag, clean and check hard drives and system. Also, thinking about get definitive rid of any third party anti virus as I'm testing Windows' Defender and Firewall on my laptop.