Announcing Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 10586 for PC Insider

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  1. Wynona's Avatar
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    Georgeilots said:
    Thanks guys, I appreciate the help and info!
    You're welcome, George. Glad to help.
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  2. badrobot's Avatar
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       #281

    Wynona said:
    All up to speed now?
    Yep. But I still can't get over the fact that I was able to activate Windows 10 preview using a pre-RTM key the other night before upgrading to 10586. I know I have tons of keys from MSDN to use, I just did it for no reason but it worked. :)
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  3. essenbe's Avatar
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       #282

    badrobot said:
    Oh my bad. Did I miss anything? You can now do direct installation of Windows 10 using Win 7 or 8 key without doing an upgrade first?
    Clean Install Windows 10 Directly without having to Upgrade First
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  4. badrobot's Avatar
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       #283

    Yep. I remember seeing that before but never sank in. :)
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  5. Night Hawk's Avatar
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       #284

    simrick said:
    You'll have to wait until MS release it to the general public. Then it should be available.
    The best observation yet! Actually I saw a fluke here when setting up the VM on the main here and ended up on the blog page for the 10565 with a download link. The immediate release of the 10586 on the other hand is provided to tester and developers first as always. That should come as no surprise to anyone who examined any of the previous versions like the public 7 beta and RC releases onto the 8 CP and 8.1 builds to see 10 arrive.

    Without the watermark for the build number you can suspect that this will be what the next upgrades see as well as what gets downloaded by way of the MC tool. Why do you think that "Windows Feedback" option sits there nicely in the Windows Accessories for and 10 suddenly is a free upgrade? After 8 took a nose dive following how successful 7 was MS had to rethink how to get people to even move on anything new after that and getting everything smoothed out nicely before the full blown retail build does finally arrive and people have to pay for it!.

    The transition should actually end up being more of a minor annoyance as far as taking 10+minutes to wait while you watch since it will go on like a service pack unlike what you generally see with a full upgrade of the OS. The impact on the registry shouldn't even be noticed while a program or two could stop functioning depending a few new entries or changes there while not expecting much. Your files, settings, and programs should remain intact.
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  6. simrick's Avatar
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       #285

    Night Hawk said:
    The best observation yet! Actually I saw a fluke here when setting up the VM on the main here and ended up on the blog page for the 10565 with a download link. The immediate release of the 10586 on the other hand is provided to tester and developers first as always. That should come as no surprise to anyone who examined any of the previous versions like the public 7 beta and RC releases onto the 8 CP and 8.1 builds to see 10 arrive.

    Without the watermark for the build number you can suspect that this will be what the next upgrades see as well as what gets downloaded by way of the MC tool. Why do you think that "Windows Feedback" option sits there nicely in the Windows Accessories for and 10 suddenly is a free upgrade? After 8 took a nose dive following how successful 7 was MS had to rethink how to get people to even move on anything new after that and getting everything smoothed out nicely before the full blown retail build does finally arrive and people have to pay for it!.

    The transition should actually end up being more of a minor annoyance as far as taking 10+minutes to wait while you watch since it will go on like a service pack unlike what you generally see with a full upgrade of the OS. The impact on the registry shouldn't even be noticed while a program or two could stop functioning depending a few new entries or changes there while not expecting much. Your files, settings, and programs should remain intact.
    Actually, I was mistaken - you can use the current ISO available from MS, and clean install using a W7/8 key, without having upgraded first, per @essenbe 's post previous:
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  7. Cluster Head's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro x64 RS 10586.586
       #286

    PC build 10586 is now available in the Slow ring!


    PC build 10586 is now available to in the Slow ring!



    http://blogs.windows.com/windowsexpe...5rxnB0.twitter
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  8. Charlie's Avatar
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    win 7 dual boot / 10
       #287

    So then is any word on a official ISO of the new build been released by MS
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  9. Brink's Avatar
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       #288

    Charlie said:
    So then is any word on a official ISO of the new build been released by MS
    The build 10586 (TH2) ISO files will be released in a couple of more days. :)

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  10. Posts : 5,834
    Dual boot Windows 10 FCU Pro x 64 & current Insider 10 Pro
       #289

    Charlie said:
    So then is any word on a official ISO of the new build been released by MS
    I jut checked the MS Insider site and that's still 565. I'm thinking now that 586 has been released to slow ring they may post the new build soon?

    Edit: Man that alien is quick!

    Thanks, Shawn. :)
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