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       12 Jul 2017 #540

    Update:

    Windows 10 Insider build 16232 ISO file now available from Microsoft using Option Three below.

    Download Windows 10 ISO File Windows 10 Installation Upgrade Tutorials
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       08 Aug 2017 #541

    Update: Windows 10 Insider build 16251 ISO file now available for download.

    Download Windows 10 ISO File Windows 10 Installation Upgrade Tutorials

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       08 Aug 2017 #542

    Thanks, Shawn. That's a big one this time.

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  4.    08 Aug 2017 #543

    f14tomcat said: View Post
    Thanks, Shawn. That's a big one this time.

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    LOL.. I still recall when I started my first job.. someone setting up my PC .. I think it was Win 3.1 with like 5 of those 1.44 MB disks
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       5 Days Ago #545

    Thanks, storing for possible future need.
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  7.    5 Days Ago #546

    Just wanted to add that you can download the ISOs without the need of the Media Creation tool, which requires you to have 8 GB free on the C: drive, and doesn't work if you don't, even if you have several terabyte drives waiting to be filled in different drive letters.

    So if you don't have space on the C: drive, you can download the ISOs directly just by using a User-Agent spoofer in your browser, so the Microsoft website thinks you're not using a Windows computer, so instead of offering to download the EXE of the Media Creator, it will offer direct downloads of the ISOs. The steps are very simple:

    1. Install this extension in Google Chrome: User-Agent Switcher for Chrome - Chrome Web Store
    2. Configure the extension so it fakes that you're using a browser from another non-Windows OS, such as Safari or Android browser
    3. Browse this site: http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/softw...d/windows10ISO

    You will be able to download the ISOs directly from Microsoft's site instead of the Media Creation tool.

    After downloading the ISO, it can be installed into a USB drive and made bootable using Rufus following the "Option 2" of this tutorial: Create Bootable USB Flash Drive to Install Windows 10 Windows 10 Installation Upgrade Tutorials

    Maybe these steps could be added to the original post of this thread.
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    OMA said: View Post
    Just wanted to add that you can download the ISOs without the need of the Media Creation tool, which requires you to have 8 GB free on the C: drive, and doesn't work if you don't, even if you have several terabyte drives waiting to be filled in different drive letters.
    I didn't get any of that, just the downloaded .iso file at 4.4GB, most likely a +R/DL but will find out for sure after bit. Anyone that doesn't keep at least 10% of their hard drive space available is looking for trouble.
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  9.    5 Days Ago #548

    Berton said: View Post
    I didn't get any of that, just the downloaded .iso file at 4.4GB, most likely a +R/DL but will find out for sure after bit. Anyone that doesn't keep at least 10% of their hard drive space available is looking for trouble.
    Yes, the ISO is 4 GB but the Media Creation tool needs 8 GB because it will extract to the C: drive all of the files of the downloaded ISO (which is also downloaded to C: ) before copying to the USB drive, which is a bit pointless. It could have been made so the files were directly extracted from the ISO to the USB, like Rufus does. But it works like that.

    I also don't get why it doesn't let you to select a drive letter other than C:. I guess it's designed to be as simple as possible (because selecting a drive letter is extremely complex for some people, apparently).

    About having free space on C:, well, I'm running on a tiny 64 GB SSD (the rest of drives are multi-terabyte mechanical drives) so I have less than 8 GB free in C:. It still works very good, thank you

    About your 10% of free disk space recommendation, 10% of 64 GB is 6.4 GB.
    I do have that much free space
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