Windows 10: Microsoft details Minimum Hardware requirements for Anniversary Update

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  1.    25 May 2016 #50

    Lately I have been making DVDs of just about everything and storing the ESD and .iso files. I toss DVDs and delete the files when they have clearly become obsolete or expired. I have yet to use one to revert, though.
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  2.    25 May 2016 #51

    Winuser said: View Post
    DVDs will never be as reliable as a thumb drive. I wouldn't be surprised if within a couple of years DVDs will be just like floppy disk. It's already hard to find decent blank DVDs in stores.
    Then again you can't store flash for a long period without refreshing it or you will experience data corruption. Retention periods are on the order of a year or less I think.
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  3.    26 May 2016 #52

    If I reduce the free space on drive C to 10 GB, can Anniversary Update be prevented?
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       26 May 2016 #53

    OldMike65 said: View Post
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  5.    26 May 2016 #54

    Matthew Wai said: View Post
    If I reduce the free space on drive C to 10 GB, can Anniversary Update be prevented?
    Matthew, why don't you want the Anniversary Update?

    I plan to set a System Restore Point just ahead of it, but I do that often anyway.
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  6.    26 May 2016 #55

    Vince Massi said: View Post
    Matthew, why don't you want the Anniversary Update?
    Perhaps I want it delayed.
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  7.    26 May 2016 #56

    Let the AU install and then roll back. What you roll back from is not offered a second time by WU. A rejected build is recorded in the registry to prevent that. Maybe that won't work with the AU but I'm betting it will.
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  8.    26 May 2016 #57

    Cbarnhorst said: View Post
    Let the AU install and then roll back.
    I don't trust Windows rollbacks. In my experience, you don't always get back exactly what you originally had. I do trust Macrium Reflect backups, though.
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  9.    26 May 2016 #58

    Well do the rollback if you want the registry to show that you rejected the AU build. Just recovering an image of the previous build won't do the trick. Personally, I am looking forward to the AU. But then I have been an Insider for a long time and am not worried about what is coming up in the AU.
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       26 May 2016 #59

    Is there an actual list of which processors/ sockets are compatible?
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