Windows 10: Request feedback campaign; save minutes making install media

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    Windows 10 Pro x64 Version 1709 (OS Build 16299.15)
       15 Jul 2015 #1

    Request feedback campaign; save minutes making install media

    First and only time I tried to use the Feedback App, the OS changed my local account to an MS account, which I don’t want to use (hadn’t memorized the password and had to reinstall the OS). Would appreciate anyone who feels similarly about these issues leaving feedback.

    In IE11, restoring the title bar removed from IE9 forward, and restoring the Ctrl-Q key sequence from IE10 that displayed a page of thumbnails of all open pages, removed from IE11.

    Restoring the ability to not use Windows Defender, removed as of a few builds ago.

    Also, for those seeking to save a couple to several minutes (depending on one’s CPU power) converting Install.esd to installable media: press ESC when the .cmd script displays that it has begun making the .iso to leave a folder with the installation files and folder structure ready to copy to one’s prepared USB flash drive.
      My ComputerSystem Spec

  2.    16 Jul 2015 #2

    You could also save even more time by just keeping the install.wim file (converted from esd) and reapplying it instead of reinstalling.

    Or save yourself hours, and fully install Windows 10 + drivers + software + settings, and capturing that into a wim file. Then just "reinstall" with that image instead.

    If you forget your password, you can still get into windows without reinstalling, you just have to mount the SAM registry hive, flip the administrator account to active, and fix things from there.
      My ComputersSystem Spec


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