Windows 10: Windows 10 Build 10586 Launches as Threshold 2
Can be turned off and/or unpinned.
I've done just that and it was/is easy.
Cliff S said:
Does that mean I will be able to keep my gray theme?
Colored Title Bars Are Back
Not only is the watermark no longer there but when you run WINVER there is no longer an expiration date. I think that says it all.
Right that's what I'm thinking also
"winver" typed into task bar search should show this image below it's version 1511 that's likely a date code for EDIT : November 2015 .
I would expect to see this roll out to the public via a cumulative update ~ next week if what I read is true .
FWIW Microsoft ( MSFT ) is already into their 2016 Fiscal year ( FY )that's probably why there is a 2016 copy write
"Threshold 2 will arrive as a new build for everyone, meaning this will be the first time since Windows 10 launched that an update will increase the build number of the operating system and take a little longer than usual to install. The idea however is that the consumer doesnít notice much of a difference when upgrading, itís simply supposed to be another update. -Winbeta.org-"
1511 is not 15 November, but 2015 November. There might be a 14 November update next year - which makes no sense if the version becomes 1411.
That all makes sense ..... and moreover with a 4 digit date code I'm convinced its yy/mm format now cool I edited my post above !
UPDATE: November 9th 2015
Under my C drive, there is $Windows.~BT, and there is the Sources folder. But there is no install.esd inside the Sources folder.
I need it to create an ISO file and then burn it to a DVD.
This is not the first time I use install.esd to create an...
Here are some things we have fixed:
Non issue for me, since I don't use the Movies & TV app
No expiry date and no watermark on this new build. Any speculation on what this means. We have just received the threshold 2 update? Seems my digital entitlement still working? Woopsie do da :cool: