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  1.    29 Apr 2018 #60

    Oh how I yearn for the days when I could just run the Windows Performance Edition with all this bloatware not being installed. I wish I could opt out of these types of updates. But that will never happen.
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  2.    29 Apr 2018 #61

    swarfega said: View Post
    I thought it was Debian who set those names.
    Yes, now that I think about it, you are correct. My bad. Raspbian is based on Debian. I lost track of who actually set the names.
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       29 Apr 2018 #62

    bbinnard said: View Post
    Just for clarity's sake - what will the Version number and Build number be for the Spring 2018 update?
    jtjt00 said: View Post
    Should be version 1803 Build 17134.1

    I was going to ask the exact same thing... whether it would be 17134.1 and then to be immediately followed by a cumulative update to bring it to 17134.5 or whether the MCT will create a single new 17134.5 version with no immediate updates.
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       29 Apr 2018 #63

    Mooly said: View Post
    I was going to ask the exact same thing... whether it would be 17134.1 and then to be immediately followed by a cumulative update to bring it to 17134.5 or whether the MCT will create a single new 17134.5 version with no immediate updates.
    Unknown - it could be either.

    MS do have the option of changing the base build that the MCT creates. For example, 16299 was initially released as 16299.15 but according to the products.xml that the MCT now uses, that was revised in December and the MCT will now make media for 16299.125.

    <PublishedMedia id="1881" release="RS3 December 2017 WU Refresh">
    ...
    <FileName>16299.125.171213-1220.rs3_release_svc_refresh_CLIENTCONSUMER_RET_X64FRE_en-us.esd</FileName>
    MS have the option to revise the build for 17134 before or after release, depends on how busy they are I guess.
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  5.    29 Apr 2018 #64

    Bree said: View Post
    Unknown - it could be either.

    MS do have the option of changing the base build that the MCT creates. For example, 16299 was initially released as 16299.15 but according to the products.xml that the MCT now uses, that was revised in December and the MCT will now make media for 16299.125.



    MS have the option to revise the build for 17134 before or after release, depends on how busy they are I guess.
    AFAIK the base iso is only updated when issues are identified that prevent the base iso updating to latest version (at the time).
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       29 Apr 2018 #65

    Mooly said: View Post
    I was going to ask the exact same thing... whether it would be 17134.1 and then to be immediately followed by a cumulative update to bring it to 17134.5 or whether the MCT will create a single new 17134.5 version with no immediate updates.
    Most of us are already on Build 17134.5, so at the very least, that's what we should get.
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  7. Posts : 1,455
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       29 Apr 2018 #66

    Thanks guys. Only asking because I very recently clean installed 17134.1 using Kari's excellent Tut and so don't desperately want to do it all again. Guess we will all know soon enough though :)
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    Windows 10 Skip Ahead Preview Build 18312
       29 Apr 2018 #67

    Bree said: View Post
    Unknown - it could be either.

    MS do have the option of changing the base build that the MCT creates. For example, 16299 was initially released as 16299.15 but according to the products.xml that the MCT now uses, that was revised in December and the MCT will now make media for 16299.125.
    I'm running Build 16299.402 on my "official" FCU, Bree.

    Bree said: View Post
    MS have the option to revise the build for 17134 before or after release, depends on how busy they are I guess.
    Yup, and as I said, my guess is that they'll release at least Build 17134.5, since that's the last Build they've released. Numbers could go up from there.

    We'll know tomorrow. :)
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  9.    29 Apr 2018 #68

    All indications are release will be 17134.1.
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    Windows 10 Skip Ahead Preview Build 18312
       29 Apr 2018 #69

    cyberrufus said: View Post
    All indications are release will be 17134.1.
    Curious, Cyberrufus; what makes you think they'll go backwards from a cumulative update to Build 17134.5?
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