Windows 10: Windows 10 ISO Download
One could also choose BOTH
instead of x86 or x64
And you end up with an ISO that contains x86 and x64 setup media with both Home and Pro
4 in 1 setup media ISO..
So i 've used both methods to download the isos and ended up with "Win10_1511_English_x64.iso" and" Windows.iso" . First is 3,922,852KB while second one is 3,198,720KB. Both contain home and pro x64 editions .Anybody knows why such difference in size ??
different compression methods use within the ISO - Install file
English International is for UK?
Also iso from the techbench gave me this Win10_1511_EnglishInternational_x64.iso
Will this be Pro as my current version is Pro
yes - English UK / GB is international..
yes - techbench ISO now contains both home and pro
UPDATE: The downloadable ISO files at Microsoft in the tutorial have gone back to RTM build 10240.
No news on why yet, but I will post back with more news when available.
See also: https://www.tenforums.com/general-dis...d-10240-a.html
Thanks for the update. Strange.. very strange.
Scorched CPU Theory
Ah it's no biggie, probably to high of a failure quota, or because too many of the users settings and choices were getting changed. So pull it, fix it, re issue a newer version....
Last edited by Brink; 2015-11-24 at 18:58.
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