Windows 10: Announcing Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 14971 for PC Insider
And, since there's Feedback, I have the right to raise my objections, Dencal. So, I did!
"I will try Edge on my own terms; I will not be dictated to! Every few Builds, I will try to use Edge again, which is my way of testing. Microsoft needs to remember that this is MY COMPUTER, not theirs!
Once I have set a program as default, that means, quite simply, that I've made my choice, which is non-negotiable.
Again, remember that this is MY COMPUTER!"
In previous releases,, it said that updates might not install with 3rd party anti-virus apps installed. I see this warning is gone. His this actually been fixed?
F14Tomcat, CountMike, Wynona, Thanks for the offers of help. I read the notes before installing 14971 and made sure I had the command prompt on the right click at the start button. I have been using the Kari tut all along and have been able to simply copy the install.esd to the ESDtoISO folder, click the File tab on the folder and select Open command prompt, pick administrator and type the command line in the window. That option no longer exists with this version. Right clicking on the ESDtoISO.cmd and running as administrator in the folder did the trick. Again, thanks,
Live long and Prosper,
You just described most direct way to do it. I've been doing it like that from the beginning. First few lines of readme.txt point to that way:
Make sure the ESD file is not read-only or blocked.
- Extract this pack to a folder with simple path to avoid troubles (example: C:\ESD).
- You may start the process using any of these ways:
# Copy/Move ESD file to the same folder besides the script, then open the script
# Drag & drop ESD file on decrypt.cmd
# Directly open decrypt.cmd and you will be prompted to enter the ESD file path
If you want a command line or really need a command line, in Powershell type cmd and enter. Voila!
Mine was off, as usual.
Simple WIN + R > CMD works, too.
What happens if you just yell command at Cortana?
Maybe just my machine, but that opens an un-elevated command prompt.
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