Announcing Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 16193 PC and 15213 Mobile Insider

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  1. Posts : 2,154
    Windows 11 Beta channel
       #30

    Everything went pretty smooth for me. Did a clean install and everything seems to be working as intended, now that it's settled in a bit.

    Well, I have one game that doesn't run anymore, although it ran fine on the last build.

    What Remains of Edith Finch throws up the following error:

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  2. wen
    Posts : 273
    WINDOWS 10 PRO INSIDER PREVIEW
       #31

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    keeps reverting back to an old build ????
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  3. Posts : 2,491
    Windows Insider Fast Ring LatestKUuuntu 20.10
       #32

    Very interesting. This I believe is the first time an "official" ISO was released the day the build was released to the WU servers. I made my own ISO and am going to compare and contrast (once I find the proper program to do this).
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  4. Posts : 300
    W10 Pro x64. W10 Pro x64 Fast Insider Preview
       #33

    Build 16193.1001
    This is the 3rd build in a row that has failed at 32% on my system. Reverts to previous build, goes through the process of downloading, preparing, etc, again, then installs successfully. A Defender update has been included each of the 3 times this has occurred. My primary AV is Vipre, I run periodic scanning with Defender.

    Above posted to Feedback.
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  5. Posts : 3,245
    Windows 10 and windows insider
       #34

    martyfelker said:
    Very interesting. This I believe is the first time an "official" ISO was released the day the build was released to the WU servers. I made my own ISO and am going to compare and contrast (once I find the proper program to do this).
    And I hope this is a sign of things to come - it should be. I have downloaded and burned mine! Happy days
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  6. Posts : 2,491
    Windows Insider Fast Ring LatestKUuuntu 20.10
       #35

    I quite agree. Now the ISO that on the Insider website is about 250MB larger than the one that I hand rolled. In due time I will mount each ISO - that way I can "probably" see what's in the extra code.
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  7. Posts : 133
    win10
       #36


    I was able to activate windows 10 insider in vmware using an old used windows 8 key from 2012......
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  8. Posts : 807
    Win10x64 v2004 latest build fast ring
       #37

    magilla said:
    And I hope this is a sign of things to come - it should be. I have downloaded and burned mine! Happy days
    Don't know what your disk capacities are, magilla, but with 8/.1 and Windows 10, you can skip the entire burn-to-DVD step--just thought I'd throw that out there if by some chance you may not have known this. (Please pardon me if you are already familiar with this info...!)

    Once you download the .iso or create the .iso in, let's say, your "C:\Win10 ISO" folder (my personal preference is for putting it on another partition/drive such as "D:\Win10 ISO" rather than on your C:\ partition), you simply right-click on the build's .iso file and select the Mount command from the drop-down list, and Win8/.1 or Win10 will mount the .iso file automatically on its own virtual "DVD" drive. Takes all of 2 seconds for the virtual drive to be created in the OS. Then you simply double-click to open the new virtual drive you just made using Mount, right from the Windows desktop exactly as if you're preparing to install from an actual DVD drive holding a physical Windows DVD. Run "setup" from the root directory of the virtual drive exactly like you would run it from your physical DVD drive, and then sit back and watch the new build install sans any physical DVD drive disk.

    Advantage to doing it this way? It is much faster than using a much slower physical DVD disk drive every build install. Aside from your not having to either create a physical DVD drive disk by burning the iso file instead of simply mounting it (yes, I know that "mounting" sounds sort of risque' I suppose... ), the build install from the virtual DVD will function at the speed of your hard drive which is always going to be much faster than the speed of a physical DVD disk & drive. And whether you do an upgrade install or a clean install is not relevant as the install will go much quicker from the virtual iso image mounted on a hard-drive partition. You can get really faster still if you install the build from a virtual DVD drive mounted on an SSD partition. And you still have your copy of the iso in the directory from which you installed, (I keep build iso files on two separate partitions other than c:\ simply to have a backup of the .iso's, etc.) When Win 8./1 shipped with this feature integrated into the OS I quickly became a huge fan of this function integration into Windows because it is simply so useful--especially useful to insiders installing from iso images. Before that I was using a third-party public domain program to mount and run iso from a virtual DVD drive--Daemon Tools, or something like that--can't really recall while sitting here. But Microsoft's integration into Windows of this feature made "Daemon Tools" (pardon me if I butchered the name!) look like the utter kludge it always was...
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  9. Posts : 19,214
    W11+W11 Developer Insider + Linux
       #38

    What a fine and painless update !!!
    There was one thing I should have made picture of and noticed it first time. It's gone now but when update stated to download, In Update and Security there was an entry that outlined new features.
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  10. Posts : 17,831
    Windows 10
       #39

    Hmmm..., this Build is fubar for me!
    File Explorer is a blank page!!!
    Can't even make a bootable USB!
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