Windows 10 Service Release 1 Inbound for Next Week. Been posting in it since it appeared.
One thing we need to remember is that we now need to opt in for the Insider Builds.An in-place upgraded Windows 10 Insider Preview, upgraded from a non-valid 7 or 8.1. . .
Insider opting in for the upgrades, Windows 10 will remain activated until the user opts out,
Go to Settings>Advanced Options>Get Insider Builds>Get Started. Then follow the yellow brick road.
One thing of interest was that I followed the above, but when I checked, I got the infamous "Fix Me" which consisted of the sole choice of Opt Out, so I did. I then went back to Get Started and followed along; this time I'm told I'm ready to get Insider builds.
I never left insiders, and my laptop still says I'm in.
Never had to do anything.
I was assured that I can keep insider version on one disk and convert 8.1 to full retail version on another one (whenever it goes thru).
rvb Fan: I never left insiders, and my laptop still says I'm in.
Never had to do anything.Oops, sorry for the misstep! I forgot I had done a clean install, so I'll revise that to If you see this!CountMike: I was assured that I can keep insider version on one disk and convert 8.1 to full retail version on another one (whenever it goes thru).
If you see this, and you've done a clean install, you might need to revise "Get Insider Builds" in Windows Update.
If you don't "Get Started" you may not receive any more Insider Builds.
I hope this clears things up a little. BTW, my clean install of Build 10240 is activated.
You still have the Get Insider Build as you posted on an upgrade as well, but I chose not to participate at this time. And yes, when I clicked it, it offered but I backed out. In fact when I upgraded my desktop through GWX it offered but I backed out.