Announcing Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 10586 for PC Insider

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  1.    #290

    HippsieGypsie said:
    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. :)
    He doesn't use a keyboard, its all thought process's !
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  2. Edwin's Avatar
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       #291

    And...
    we have a choice between Redstone1 and Threshold2!
    (K, it's just 'Release Service' or sumpthin like that!) :)

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  3. jyusa's Avatar
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       #292

    Edwin said:
    And...
    we have a choice between Redstone1 and Threshold2!
    (K, it's just 'Release Service' or sumpthin like that!) :)

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    Does anyone knows differences and details?
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  4. Edwin's Avatar
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       #293

    jyusa said:
    Does anyone knows differences and details?
    As I understand it, 'release service' brings you feature updates on an ongoing basis;
    th2 sends complete new builds.
    I could be wrong though.
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  5. Cluster Head's Avatar
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       #294

    Edwin said:
    As I understand it, 'release service' brings you feature updates on an ongoing basis;
    th2 sends complete new builds.
    I could be wrong though.
    General Public first receive updates via WU, and then OEM recovery images ... :)
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  6. jyusa's Avatar
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       #295

    Edwin said:
    As I understand it, 'release service' brings you feature updates on an ongoing basis;
    th2 sends complete new builds.
    I could be wrong though.
    So, what were we at before build 10586? I don't recall we have such choices!
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       #296

    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?
    Yes, but only with builds 10565 and later. Build 10565 is an Insider build. Build 10586 is the Fall Update and there won't be an official Media Creation Tool site for it until it releases to the general public in a few days. Insiders already are on Build 10586 and many have made their own .iso files for it. I did.

    With the Fall Update (or insider builds 10565 and 10576) the is a link at the bottom of the product key page (during clean installs) that says "I don't have a product key." If the user clicks the link Setup searches for OEM activation data for Windows 7 and 8 and automatically activates if it finds such data. Or the user can enter a Windows 7 or 8 key for the same edition (Home for Home, Pro for Pro) and Setup activates if the key is available. Setup does check whether or not the key is available. It detects keys that are in current use so you need to use the same key that you used to activate the version (Windows 7 or 8) on the current computer. Overloading a key (same 7 or 8 key that has been used to activate another Windows 10 installation) is detected and the key is rejected.
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       #297

    jyusa said:
    Does anyone knows differences and details?
    Strange! This option disappeared from Advance Options just now. On my 10586.
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  9. linw's Avatar
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       #298

    Mine too.
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  10. Cbarnhorst's Avatar
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       #299

    linw said:
    Mine too.
    It appears on a clean install on a computer that has not yet been activated for Windows 10. It does not appear if you are clean installing Windows 10 after having already installed it once before. Only for NEW installations, not reinstallations.
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