Windows 10: Windows 10 Anniversary Update Available August 2

  1.    26 Jul 2016 #181

    It shouldn't be very long after its released that new images show up on the Media Creation Tool and Tech Bench. MSDN too for those with subscriptions. I'm content to wait for the new ISO's to show up on MSDN.
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       26 Jul 2016 #182

    alphanumeric said: View Post
    It shouldn't be very long after its released that new images show up on the Media Creation Tool and Tech Bench. MSDN too for those with subscriptions. I'm content to wait for the new ISO's to show up on MSDN.
    That's cause you have one these! Us poor barrel scrapers have to horde what we can!
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       26 Jul 2016 #183

    f14tomcat said: View Post
    I'm definitely dong a clean. But coming off Fast? That will probably take care of itself. Even MS has to come up for air every so often!
    TC, those of us who're Insiders will already have the Anniversary Edition on our 'chines! So, we can wait for the ISO to upgrade our 10586 'chines.
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       26 Jul 2016 #184

    f14tomcat said: View Post
    I'm definitely dong a clean. But coming off Fast? That will probably take care of itself. Even MS has to come up for air every so often!
    You're probably right about the Fast Ring TC. However after the 1511 release I came off fast until around May this year then I started to get withdrawal symptoms and joined again
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  5.    26 Jul 2016 #185

    f14tomcat said: View Post
    That's cause you have one these! Us poor barrel scrapers have to horde what we can!
    It's a nice perk of being an MVP. The ISO's are much more valuable to me than the free keys will ever be. Nice clean unaltered ISO's to use to help friends and family get their PC back up and running. Especially the Windows 7 ISO's, those are hard to find these days. And before anybody comments on that, I don't push Windows 10 on anybody. If they want their Windows 7 back, that's what I give them. If they want to upgrade I'll help with that too. And in case any body is wondering, I don't use my MSDN keys on any other PC's other than the ones I personally own.
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       26 Jul 2016 #186

    alphanumeric said: View Post
    It's a nice perk of being an MVP. The ISO's are much more valuable to me than the free keys will ever be. Nice clean unaltered ISO's to use to help friends and family get their PC back up and running. Especially the Windows 7 ISO's, those are hard to find these days. And before anybody comments on that, I don't push Windows 10 on anybody. If they want their Windows 7 back, that's what I give them. If they want to upgrade I'll help with that too. And in case any body is wondering, I don't use my MSDN keys on any other PC's other than the ones I personally own.
    Too bad there aren't more like you, Alpha. We lost our subscriptions to TechNet because some jerks were selling their keys and it just got to be too much trouble for Microsoft to police. I liked TechNet and didn't mind paying for it because of the ability to use what was there for testing Microsoft product.
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  7.    26 Jul 2016 #187

    Thank you Wynona.
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  8.    26 Jul 2016 #188

    Wynona said: View Post
    Too bad there aren't more like you, Alpha. We lost our subscriptions to TechNet because some jerks were selling their keys and it just got to be too much trouble for Microsoft to police. I liked TechNet and didn't mind paying for it because of the ability to use what was there for testing Microsoft product.
    I only mentioned keeping my keys to myself so some that don't know me wouldn't make inaccurate conclusions. IMHO, those selling them (keys) on e-bay put the final nail in TechNet. It's shame too. MSDN is priced way out of reach for most people. On the plus side, the Media Creation Tool is making it easy for those without those perks to get ISO's. You may have to wait for them to be undated from time to time but its a safe source for ISO's that everybody can access.
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       26 Jul 2016 #189

    Rocky said: View Post
    Thank you Wynona.
    You're welcome, Rocky.
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       26 Jul 2016 #190

    alphanumeric said: View Post
    I only mentioned keeping my keys to myself so some that don't know me wouldn't make inaccurate conclusions. IMHO, those selling them (keys) on e-bay put the final nail in TechNet. It's shame too. MSDN is priced way out of reach for most people. On the plus side, the Media Creation Tool is making it easy for those without those perks to get ISO's. You may have to wait for them to be undated from time to time but its a safe source for ISO's that everybody can access.
    Yep. I mentioned having keys for Windows 7 left over and got inundated with requests for one of 'em. But I signed an agreement not to pirate, and that's that!
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