Windows 10: Windows 10 ISO Download
This is what you will be seeing from now on at the page there with the offer now expired. The arrival at the page here is normal as always while the Tech Bench and one other MS page was continuing at times to see the SIGN IN page despite already being signed into an MS account.
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Forgot to mention having Seamonkey, Chrome, Opera, Ice Weasel for Windows, Cyberfox and Waterfox as well as the latest FF with all those still seeing FF coding with the first excluded along with IE enabled and having seen all run into the SIGN IN not able to reach 10 page problem at times. For the revised 10 page at the link there however the revision is now for purchase.
Last edited by Night Hawk; 2016-07-30 at 12:04.
Reason: additional comment
OPTION ONE now works again to get a Windows 10 Anniversary Update ISO (latest ISO) that has an Install.wim file.
If I use the ISO downloaded from MCT to create a bootable flash drive, can I use that flash drive as a source for DISM?
An ISO file from the Media Creation Tool (MCT) uses sources\install.esd which is a compressed version of install.wim, but cannot be used as a source image for DISM.
It would be best to get an ISO from OPTION ONE instead to use with DISM since it has an Install.wim file.
Thanks for your reply Brink. I thought that might be the case, but it didn't hurt to ask. I am on a monthly data plan and downloading the compressed ISO through MCT saved me some data. But if I ever have problems with DISM, like I have in the past, I'll download the ISO from Tech Bench.
In Tutorial "How to Download a Windows 10 ISO File", the download button does not open Microsoft. Just sits.
You have a 2nd Option, go back to your Check for Windows Update screen, then way at the bottom, choose "Learn More" and click on that, and follow your prompts.
If you want to Update your Windows ....if you haven't yet.
Do you mean when using the link below from OPTION ONE? It works fine for me.
Windows 10 ISO
Anniversay Edition Update AUG 3 2016
Does any of this apply to the installation of the Win10 "ANNIVERSARY EDITION" of AUG 3 2016
when upgrading this edition to an INTEL COMPUTE STICK STCK1A32WFC?
The error is "Not sufficient memory, need 16 GB"
Disk "clean up" does not help!
"That Old Fart"
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I downloaded ISO from both Media Creation Tool (option two) and the alternative to Tech Bench (option one) yesterday. The MCT ISO gets you Windows 10 Home, Pro, Education and Single Language editions all in one. The "Tech Bench" ISO gets you Windows 10 Home and Pro. The MCT ISOs contain install.esd files, and the "tech bench" ISOs contain install.wim files. All of them build 14393.0 - the Anniversary Update edition.
Just make sure you actually download a new Media Creation Tool (MCT) and don't try to use an old one.
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