Windows 10: Announcing Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 14905 for PC and Mobile Insider
I'm getting new windows opening behind the current one, randomly!
(Plus the Power Button thing and a few other quibbles)
I'm getting that red Settings message when I click on Windows Insider Program on my Insider computer but not when I did a test visit to the same place on my RTM AU machine.
I wasn't sure what the KN versions were, so I didn't include them.
So there are 2 different Education (32 & 64 bit) and Enterprise (32 & 64 bit) versions as well?
So how is what I suggested any different?
All of the controversial code could be treated the same as other "Windows Features".
The Free version wouldn't allow users to disable the controversial code (i.e. Activation fails if the code has been removed or tampered with).
Finnish but not finished
KN versions are for Korean markets, without media features plus some pre-set shortcuts on desktop to specific Korean sites.
There is surprisingly little information available at the moment about the new Pro Education edition. It is mentioned for instance in this article:
Windows 10 for Education (Windows 10)
The Enterprise LTSB (Long Time Servicing Branch) however is well documented. According to Microsoft it "enables long-term deployment of selected Windows 10 releases in low-change configurations"
(see Windows 10 servicing options for updates and upgrades (Windows 10))
Is there some new maintenance task ? All run commands from the list that stayed unchanged since W7 thru all updates and upgrades are gone !! New ones entered are staying there.
I don't use any cleaners including CCleaner. Haven't used Disk cleaner lately either.
I have already updated Windows 10 Insider Pro Preview Build 14905.
I missed that and now that I think about it a little more I seem to rember sometime before the AU when we were geting a lot if builds frequently getting one on a Saturday that may be the one I thinking was a Friday flight .
If I don't check WU or the web it may be available for a day or so before I download it unless it downloads in the background from a WU check or just because it does and I don't know its here................ must be showing my dotage
Getting it here also
Good idea ...... that saved my bacon more than once . I like having a stable OS to fall back on it's an imperative here IMO .
I'm sure many of us that have been an Insider for awhile have done that.
I used to dual boot with two NTFS volumes on the same spindle HDD on my old test mule -daily grinder until I added an SSD for the test builds I drive daily .
That SSD is now re configured from MBR-NTFS to GPT -NTFS for UFEI . I used (diskpart & drive manager ) and it is the 14905 boot drive I'm on now .
On the 6 year old old test mule with the fried AM3 mainbaord now it was under SATA II 3 Gb/s there is no SATA III 6 Gb/s on that OEM board.
In this brand new Haswell Core i5 destop ofc. it's on SATA III 6 Gb/s and about twice as fast in most respects because of that as one would expect . That being said it was still a very good upgrade on the old PC .
SATA III 6Gb/s SSD in here now
hey #windowsinsiders: I know you all are getting anxious about new builds. Nothing new today but we are hustling bug fixes for you!
UPDATE: July 15th 2016
Source: Announcing Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 14388 for PC and Mobile | Windows Experience Blog
Source: Announcing Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 14366 Mobile Build 14364 | Windows Experience Blog
Source: Announcing Windows 10 Mobile Insider Preview Build 10586.71 | Windows Experience Blog
Source: Announcing Windows 10 Mobile Insider Preview Build 14267 | Windows Experience Blog