Windows 10: Announcing Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 14379 for PC and Mobile Insider
Have you guys access to windows insider preview iso site? I am insider and I cant access to it. It says i'm not an insider.
You mean this one? Windows 10 Insider Preview ISO Advanced
You have to sign in. If it says your not registered as an Insider, maybe you used a different MS account. You may need to register with your current MS account. Home page - Windows Insider Program
Latest build on that download site is 14366 at the moment.
The last time before these last few builds would have been the 295 and 316 builds where I simply left the rest lingering. Edge isn't on the To Do List here much.
Once the next build if not 1st Anniversary Insider Preview version is out then the newer 376 will be found. They are always a build or two behind what is delivered as the lastest on the site there. That allows people to roll back if not come close and then simply update to the latest with any clean install.
Macrium Reflect is a great program.
I'd suggest that people should create (and keep) a Master Backup Image of the OS + Updates without anything else in it (no drivers or programs).
This allows you to do a "clean" reinstall to which you can add the latest versions of the drivers/programs you use.
The Master Backup Image will be tiny, so you can easily store multiple copies.
Obviously once you have installed everything, you should create a "working" image.
If space is an issue, you can use Macrium Reflect to create Differential images of your "working" image.
I've just done a clean install of W7 (W7 + SP1 + SP1 Update Pack) and Linux Mint 18.
The Master Backup Image of the two operating systems is tiny (~10 GB).
I've finished installing new versions of most of the software I use, with the exception of the space hogs:
- Adobe CS6
- MS Office 2010
- VMware Workstation
My final total OS + software size is going to be ~4GB smaller than the install I was using a few days ago.
It seems that ~18 months of use generated ~4 GB of garbage somewhere.
It's currently booting up ~10 seconds faster too (~19s vs ~30s).
The Rescue Disc will include drivers from your OS install, so you shouldn't have any issues with USB drives or network connections.
hola my #windowsinsiders: We are doing some upgrade testing (to make sure all of your upgrades are smooth going fwd!) today so no new builds
That may be the option at this time. I still have Acronis True Image Home 2010 running here. The most recent2016 version of same is apparently bloatware in contrast. As for drivers I tend back up those up across multiple drives here as well as go direct to the support sites when needed.
No new builds? Well I would think 3 new builds in a week's time would need some catching up on. The break time for testing the WU makes a bit more sense at this time since the RS1 update is now pending in just a few more weeks.
Just a note re Macrium. Version 6 does not require you to delete older backups manually (as quoted in #175) as it can manage this itself. Just tell it how many backups to keep and that is it.
Except that I rename my backups, and that confuses it. :-)
Do you rename the backups afterwards?
Macrium allows you to add terse comments to your backup so it makes it easier to remember what was actually backed up etc. circumventing the need to rename the actual backup volumes.
Note: I have not tried this out yet.
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