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  1.    15 Mar 2016 #31
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    Quote Originally Posted by iamnewhere View Post
    Hello guys,

    I hope I'm on topic here - what is the latest/most stable build of Win 10 x64 at the moment and where can it be downloaded?

    Thanks in advance,

    G
    This is a tutorial on how and were to get it from:
    Windows 10 ISO Download - Windows 10 Forums
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  2.    15 Mar 2016 #32
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    So, I have a question regarding the initial subject of this thread. Let's say that the ISO downloaded with MCT or from Tech Bench is build 10586.103 or build 10586.117. My current build is 10586.164. So does it really matter if the ISO is "updated" to something between 10586.0 and 10586.164? In other words, whats the difference between installing 10586.0 and having the cumulative update update it to 10586.164 and installing 10586.103 or 10586.117 and having the cumulative update update that to 10586.164? Frankly, I'm just not seeing any reason for excitement over an ISO "update" that is anything between 10586.0 and whatever build the current cumulative update takes you to.
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  3.    16 Mar 2016 #33
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    Quote Originally Posted by NavyLCDR View Post
    So, I have a question regarding the initial subject of this thread. Let's say that the ISO downloaded with MCT or from Tech Bench is build 10586.103 or build 10586.117. My current build is 10586.164. So does it really matter if the ISO is "updated" to something between 10586.0 and 10586.164? In other words, whats the difference between installing 10586.0 and having the cumulative update update it to 10586.164 and installing 10586.103 or 10586.117 and having the cumulative update update that to 10586.164? Frankly, I'm just not seeing any reason for excitement over an ISO "update" that is anything between 10586.0 and whatever build the current cumulative update takes you to.
    If you start with 10586.0, the first time you "check for updates" you are going to get the latest cumulative update and be as current as possible. It won't go from 0 > 103 > 164 or some other strange progression.... it is, by definition, cumulative. There is no advantage to starting in the middle, and possible glitches and gremlins if you do. JMHO... TC
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  4.    16 Mar 2016 #34
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    No big advantage, if its 10586.something. If you have limited bandwidth its probably not worth downloading the slightly newer ISO. It makes good conversation on the forum though.
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  5.    16 Mar 2016 #35
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    Download Windows 10 Build 10586.103

    Downloading this fails every time. Well, it doesn't actually fail, it downloads a fraction of the ISO and it's finished. But when I go to the file it's like 300 mb, or 100mb. Does anybody know what may cause this? The download lasts like 10-15 seconds and then it's "downloaded". No errors, no nothing. Just 1/35th of the actual ISO.

    Thanks for the info @BunnyJ

    Thanks in advance!
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  6.    16 Mar 2016 #36
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    Quote Originally Posted by iamnewhere View Post
    Download Windows 10 Build 10586.103

    Downloading this fails every time. Well, it doesn't actually fail, it downloads a fraction of the ISO and it's finished. But when I go to the file it's like 300 mb, or 100mb. Does anybody know what may cause this? The download lasts like 10-15 seconds and then it's "downloaded". No errors, no nothing. Just 1/35th of the actual ISO.

    Thanks for the info @BunnyJ

    Thanks in advance!
    You're welcome.
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  7.    16 Mar 2016 #37
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    Quote Originally Posted by NavyLCDR View Post
    So, I have a question regarding the initial subject of this thread. Let's say that the ISO downloaded with MCT or from Tech Bench is build 10586.103 or build 10586.117. My current build is 10586.164. So does it really matter if the ISO is "updated" to something between 10586.0 and 10586.164? In other words, whats the difference between installing 10586.0 and having the cumulative update update it to 10586.164 and installing 10586.103 or 10586.117 and having the cumulative update update that to 10586.164? Frankly, I'm just not seeing any reason for excitement over an ISO "update" that is anything between 10586.0 and whatever build the current cumulative update takes you to.

    It does not matter in slightest. The update system is clever enough to only download latest version of a cumulative update which supersedes previous versions. Hardly any difference in time really.
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  8.    16 Mar 2016 #38
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    I just loaded up the .iso from TechBench in a VM with no internet access, and it is showing as Build 10586.104 right after the install. I'm taking this to be an updated .iso.
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  9.    16 Mar 2016 #39
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    Quote Originally Posted by DeaconFrost View Post
    I just loaded up the .iso from TechBench in a VM with no internet access, and it is showing as Build 10586.104 right after the install. I'm taking this to be an updated .iso.
    If I remember right MS updated this last month ...
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  10.    16 Mar 2016 #40
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    Quote Originally Posted by OldMike65 View Post
    If I remember right MS updated this last month ...
    Yeah, the ISO's on MSDN are listed as (Updated Feb 2016)
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