Downloading now 14971
Announcing Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 14971 for PC
And we have also released Build 14965 for Mobile to #WindowsInsiders in the Slow ring
Of course I'm a windows insider..currently on the 'slow ring ', I'm still stuck using build # 14931 . On this tablet I'm typing this post on..I have my insider build selection set to the 'slow' branch. I've checked several times already to try and receive the newer build # 14965 in the slow ring, but at least so far the update process still refuses to offer it to me. I'm using windows defender as my anti-virus solution..because I've read eleswhere that sometimes a third party anti-virus can cause problem's. Also, while I'm thinking about it, I have a laptop that has the same build of windows insider on it (#14931), so far it won't update properly either..with that laptop at least it tries download / install the newer version..but I always receive some kind of error message, and it never installs. Last night I downloaded a ISO image of the single language 32-bit version of build # 14965. I tried to 'mount' the iso image like I've done previously. It started to install the software properly..but after a short time I received a notice that the ' installation failed '. As I'm not the type person to give up easily, I thought I'd see if anyone else has ran into this issue.
WOW..I can't believe nobody else in here hasn't experienced a similar issue.
Last edited by Davy49; 26 Nov 2016 at 12:36.
- Build 14965
- IP Build 14965
- IP Enterprise Build 14965
- IP Education Build 14965
- IP Home Single Language Build 14965
- IP Home China Build 14965
- Build 14931
- IP Build 14931
- IP Enterprise Build 14931
- IP Education Build 14931
- IP Home Single Language Build 14931
- IP Home China Build 14931
Go to Windows 10 Insider Preview ISO Advanced to select the edition that you want.
Last edited by Brink; 30 Nov 2016 at 20:40.
For me (on slow ring), it downloaded 14965 in the background, it's a slow machine so can tell when something is using a lot of bandwidth. I copied the esd files before it finished. There were actually 2 the same size, 1 named install.esd, the other was a long filename containing 14965 & the KB number. They were in different folders. ISO download from MS wasn't available from the Update Catalog until the next day.
The way they deliver esd's today could change tomorrow. Wouldn't surprise me if different Insiders get them different ways.