Those seeking the Non-Enterprise Build 9879 look here.

  1. Mohave PC's Avatar
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    Those seeking the Non-Enterprise Build 9879 look here.


    For those of you (like me) that are still fighting getting 9841 or 9860 Non-Enterprise to upgrade you can get the ISO for the November release of 9879 64Bit HERE

    This is a direct link to MS.
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  2. Brink's Avatar
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  3. drewski83's Avatar
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    Installed the 9841 edition few days ago from what I thought was latest build page. Then I read about the 9879 build. It has yet to show its face in any Windows Update.. Wonder why that is? Anyone? Guess can get from above link though. Just curious.
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  4. Vladimir's Avatar
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    Build 9841 can be updated to 9860 by Windows Update, but you can surely install a fresh copy of 9879 instead !

    ~edit~

    Correct me if I'm wrong, but 9841 doesn't update to 9879 automatically.

    :)
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  5. Brink's Avatar
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    Vladimir said:
    Build 9841 can be updated to 9860 by Windows Update, but you can surely install a fresh copy of 9879 instead !

    ~edit~

    Correct me if I'm wrong, but 9841 doesn't update to 9879 automatically.

    :)
    That's correct.

    It's via the Store from 9841 to 9860, then 9860 to 9879 via Windows Update.

    I prefer a direct clean install of 9879 though. :)
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  6. BunnyJ's Avatar
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    Brink said:
    Vladimir said:
    Build 9841 can be updated to 9860 by Windows Update, but you can surely install a fresh copy of 9879 instead !

    ~edit~

    Correct me if I'm wrong, but 9841 doesn't update to 9879 automatically.

    :)
    That's correct.

    It's via the Store from 9841 to 9860, then 9860 to 9879 via Windows Update.

    I prefer a direct clean install of 9879 though. :)
    Same here.. The clean install of the ISO works so much better than the update did for me at least. I'll perform the update for the next build and create an ISO from the ESD file,, then perform a clean install again.

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