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  1. Joined : Nov 2014
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       03 Jul 2015 #271

    Would we be able to get an ISO file for it? I'd like to do a clean install for a change.
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  2. Joined : Oct 2014
    Polk County Texas USA
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    Windows 10 Insider Preview
       03 Jul 2015 #272

    Frank1 said: View Post
    Would we be able to get an ISO file for it? I'd like to do a clean install for a change.
    Here ya go . . . the link will be in this post.

    10162 ISOs Released - Windows 10 Forums
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  3. Joined : Oct 2014
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    Windows 10 Insider Preview
       03 Jul 2015 #273

    thejungle said: View Post
    Wow, thanks for your fast response guys. Actually rumors about deleting Control Panel have their roots at times of beta testing of Windows 8, so I would not be so excited about that idea. This is why I care about correcting control panel, and generally all icons, because this is what still annoys me and I hope they will fix it - inconsistency in style and appearance of OS parts. CP most likely will stay there for power users, this is why I think they atually started fixing those Icons.

    As far as I see they didn't change it much from 147, I'm waiting for changes in that matter. Thanks for your responses!
    Kari has confirmed what I said, and If I'm not mistaken, we've had an official notice that Control Panel will be deprecated.
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  4. Joined : Oct 2014
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    Windows 10 Insider Preview
       03 Jul 2015 #274

    thejungle said: View Post
    Wow, thanks for your fast response guys. Actually rumors about deleting Control Panel have their roots at times of beta testing of Windows 8, so I would not be so excited about that idea. This is why I care about correcting control panel, and generally all icons, because this is what still annoys me and I hope they will fix it - inconsistency in style and appearance of OS parts. CP most likely will stay there for power users, this is why I think they atually started fixing those Icons.

    As far as I see they didn't change it much from 147, I'm waiting for changes in that matter. Thanks for your responses!
    OK, I went to check my facts, and I find that Gabe Aul has confirmed that the Control Panel will be depracated.

    Windows 10’s Control Panel Will Go Away, Could Survive in RTM - Softpedia
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  5. Joined : Jul 2015
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       03 Jul 2015 #275

    Wynona said: View Post
    OK, I went to check my facts, and I find that Gabe Aul has confirmed that the Control Panel will be depracated.

    Windows 10’s Control Panel Will Go Away, Could Survive in RTM - Softpedia
    Oh, I see, it's my bad! Sorry. So it looks like we're going out of CP. But it will take very long though... As they are planning next update after release scarcely at fall... Thanks for your correction anyways!
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  6. Joined : Jul 2014
    Serbia
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    All kinds
       03 Jul 2015 #276

    I didn't think it was practical or possible to distribute W10 on 29th alone, here's another take on it:
    Reserved your copy of Windows 10? You may not get it on July 29
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  7. Joined : Oct 2014
    Polk County Texas USA
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    Windows 10 Insider Preview
       03 Jul 2015 #277

    thejungle said: View Post
    You know, I think that RTM will actually be what we will get july 29th, because this the date of DIGITAL distribution. So? My conclusion is they have time until exact 29th to provide the RTM which they actually can finalize even at 28th. SImply because RTM means "Ready to Manufacture", and manufacturing will start 2 or 3 weeks after digital release. It can be 29th, so we have plenty of time!
    General Availability (for the masses) will be on July 29, 2015. That means that in addition to installation media, computers wearing Windows 10 should also be available! If RTM (Release to Manufacturing or Manufacturers) doesn't happen until July 29, the manufacturers stand to lose out . . . some will just buy a copy of Windows 10 or upgrade their old computers.

    Consider: OEMs (Original Equipment Manufacturers) must have some lead time in order to install Windows 10 on their devices in advance of GA (General availability). So, if Windows 10 doesn't RTM in time for them to have new Windows 10 computers for sale, there could be some pretty nasty feedback directed at the OEMs. Why? Because the general public has no idea what goes into building computers and installing the software on them.

    RTM on July 29, 2015 just will not cut it, no matter how you slice it or dice it. Microsoft has never RTM'd Windows on the day of General Availability and I'm pretty sure they won't be doing it now.
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  8. Joined : Jul 2015
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       03 Jul 2015 #278

    It will be ready, but they just planned to roll it out in stages. Imagine 70% of computers on whole earth trying to download one ISO the same day - impossible. I think it is rather from a wisdom to make it in phases. This is why the release seemed so fast (even too fast). In normal case the RTM was not released as digital upgrade, it just waited those weeks to be burned to CD's and sent to OEMS etc. This time they'll just push it up to servers at the time a normal RTM would be ready. Simple, logical and good.
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  9. Joined : Dec 2013
    Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada
    Posts : 8,212
    Windows 10 IoT
       03 Jul 2015 #279

    thejungle said: View Post
    You know, I think that RTM will actually be what we will get july 29th, because this the date of DIGITAL distribution. So? My conclusion is they have time until exact 29th to provide the RTM which they actually can finalize even at 28th. SImply because RTM means "Ready to Manufacture", and manufacturing will start 2 or 3 weeks after digital release. It can be 29th, so we have plenty of time!
    I think RTM actually stands for Release To Manufacturing. Usually they would get it before the official release to consumers. So they could develop drivers and check compatibility and pre install it on new computers ready for the official release date. What consumers got would be the same release with maybe just some bug fixes for bugs the OEM's found in the RTM build. That's all kind of blurred together though with Windows 10. It's a continuous work in progress. RTM may have already happened depending on how you look at it. I'm sure some are already testing with the insider preview builds.
    Last edited by alphanumeric; 03 Jul 2015 at 08:54.
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  10. Joined : Jul 2015
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       03 Jul 2015 #280

    Wynona said: View Post
    General Availability (for the masses) will be on July 29, 2015. That means that in addition to installation media, computers wearing Windows 10 should also be available! If RTM (Release to Manufacturing or Manufacturers) doesn't happen until July 29, the manufacturers stand to lose out . . . some will just buy a copy of Windows 10 or upgrade their old computers.

    Consider: OEMs (Original Equipment Manufacturers) must have some lead time in order to install Windows 10 on their devices in advance of GA (General availability). So, if Windows 10 doesn't RTM in time for them to have new Windows 10 computers for sale, there could be some pretty nasty feedback directed at the OEMs. Why? Because the general public has no idea what goes into building computers and installing the software on them.

    RTM on July 29, 2015 just will not cut it, no matter how you slice it or dice it. Microsoft has never RTM'd Windows on the day of General Availability and I'm pretty sure they won't be doing it now.
    Dear Wynona, I'm afraid you are not right. I would like to provide you my source: Windows 10: Preparing to Upgrade One Billion Devices | Blogging Windows . They simply put will roll out it in stages with digital distribution first, before sending it to OEM's..

    EDIT: And retailers will get their copies even later.
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