Swaglife81 said: View Post
Thanks. If I weren't going to wait 6 more weeks how would I delete that 12GB partition since when I right click on the volume it doesn't give me options but help. This is through the normal OS route in computer management I believe.

Will Redstone be a update like we've been getting or is it like a new OS type update with options to clean install, save files, etc like when Win 10 first hit
MiniTool Partition Wizard is much better for doing what you want to with your partitions than built-in Windows disk management:
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If you let Windows update install the Redstone update, it will be pretty much like a cumulative update. It will keep all your files and settings, but it will produce a windows.old folder and give the options to rollback in the advanced troubleshooting menu.

If you run the Redstone update from an ISO file (either created from the update install.esd file or with the Media Creation Tool), you will get all the options you have with a normal Windows 10 ISO file - clean install if you create a bootable media from the ISO file - or the usual system upgrade options if you run setup.exe from within your existing Windows.