Yea Cliff S I know this, but I'm wondering what language would be chosen automatically. I understand how it can become annoying for people whose IP address don't match their language preference. Unless MS saves the choice in a cookie maybe ? I didn't check that yet.
Is MS updating the ISO download and that is why there is now a Win10_1511_2_English_x64 and before it was Win10_1511_1_English_x64?
EDIT : There's indeed a cookie that keeps locale choices on MS' website, but once it's defined the techbench URL isn't accessible any more. Congratulations Microsoft... Fortunately, deleting the cookie (currently named mslocale) solves the problem. However, considering people may have problems accessing the page and may not be aware of this, it may be better to revert to the previous "en-us" URL, or at least provide it as an alternative.
You mean "just runs" as in "doesn't require admin access" ? I thought it was setting up a virtual interface in the same way Hamachi does, for example, to enable transparent network access. Not performing that way likely forces them to hook some network calls, which may not work with some programs. On the other hand, it's easier to delete from the computer when the police knocks at your door...
At the link there you first have to choose the 10, 10KN, 10N, or Single Language being the 32bit only EnglishUS. The second page provides the language selector. Win10_1511_2_English_x64.iso is what I got here for the TH2 download off that link for the US English not International version.