Windows 10: Announcing Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 14383 for PC and Mobile Insider
it's about 900GB
I just installed 14383 with no problem. As soon as I rebooted my Surface Pro 4 I noticed that I did not have internet service. The device says I am connected but I'm not really. Can't go to any web pages.
My desktop picture is not showing on the lock screen after waking from sleep in this build.
I have one for her, but it will require major surgery . . . there's no hard drive or RAM ports any more.
Mmmm, wonder if it is smaller drives that don't keep restore through upgrade, then. Sample size is a bit limiting!
Finnish but not finished
On Finnish W10 the update has now been on its way over 5 hours now. Not given up hope yet, in last half an hour I've noticed "Preparing to install updates" progress bar advancing from 24% to 29%.
You got that one right, TC.
It's not "sealed" exactly, Andre, but all the screws are hidden. Schematic tells where to find 'em, though.
If I ever have a full day with nothing to do, I will be caught tackling the job. If I fail, I can take it to Tim the Computer Guy down the road and he'll straighten it out for me. For that fortune, of course.
Next time I order one, I'll be sure it already has an SSD inside! Yeah . . . SSD Inside!
Nope. Nothing to do with it.
If you want to use restore points then you just have to set it up again after the upgrade has installed.
All previous restore points are useless anyway.
Source: Announcing Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 14376 for PC and Mobile | Windows Experience Blog
Source: Announcing Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 14366 Mobile Build 14364 | Windows Experience Blog
Announcing Windows 10 Mobile Insider Preview Build 14322
Source: Announcing Windows 10 Mobile Insider Preview Build 14322 | Windows Experience Blog
Windows 10 Mobile build 10586.164 is now live for WindowsInsiders in the Slow and Release Preview rings.
How to Update to Windows 10 Mobile Insider Preview Builds for Phones
Source: Announcing Windows 10 Mobile Insider Preview Build 10549 | Windows Experience Blog