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  1. Posts : 512
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       #270

    One thing I don't understand is why it takes 1-2 weeks to get the ISOs up, perhaps if they could get them up on the page in 24-48 hours it could help a lot of people.
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  2. martyfelker's Avatar
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    Windows Insider Fast Ring LatestKUuuntu 20.10
       #271

    You can roll your own fairly easily by Downloading the edition you want from


    Download Windows 10 Insider Preview Advanced

    That will be 16296 editions direct from the horse's mouth Then just upgrade via WU to 16299.15 and run Kari's uuptoisosetup program from

    UUP to ISO - Create Bootable ISO from Windows 10 Build Upgrade Files Installation Upgrade Tutorials
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  3. cereberus's Avatar
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       #272

    slicendice said:
    Internet bandwidth is NOT unlimited, no matter what your ISP says.
    Maybe not in your country, but in UK service providers guarantee a minimum speed and only throttle back those on plans with data caps which are rare. So yeah, they are unlimited virtually. Of course if all users of a service provider simultaneously tried to use the ISP's bandwidth (which is so unlikely as to be ridiculous), or more likely there are technical problems, one might get throttled back.
    Last edited by cereberus; 05 Oct 2017 at 09:08.
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  4. cereberus's Avatar
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       #273

    slicendice said:
    NO! I am talking about Internet Bandwidth Cap in general. All those millions of devices being upgraded at the same time participates in slowing down the whole internet. As all those sites with Flash filled content and where developer has never even heard of AJAX.
    AJAX were great when Johann Cruyff played for them.
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  5. cereberus's Avatar
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       #274

    slicendice said:
    NO! I am talking about Internet Bandwidth Cap in general. All those millions of devices being upgraded at the same time participates in slowing down the whole internet. As all those sites with Flash filled content and where developer has never even heard of AJAX.
    This totally ignores fact that MS stagger the automatic upgrades. Anyway nowadays bandwidth is very much provision of services internet tv etc, and MS activity will not affect things. Most users autoupgrade, and the downloads happen slowly in the bsckground. It is only us insiders who immediately download everything.

    In fact most users do not even know until a message pops up to say it is ready to install.

    It does not matter of it takes several hours to download the upgrade files, as you can still use pc whilst it is doing that.

    However, once upgrade commences, you pc is out of action for much longer with uup.

    The only plus of uup is for those, on limited plans and even then, mostly only for those who regularly hit the maximum.

    So why not set it up to use uup if user has set metered connection, and use install.esd for rest of us.
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  6. cereberus's Avatar
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       #275

    martyfelker said:
    Build 16296 and other Build 16296 goodies are now up on the Windows Insider Preview Download Advanced. Just sign in with your MSA. That's but one step away from 16299.15, which, being RTM is not going up on that or probably any other Microsoft site until 10/17/ 2017. I'm going to try (but not tonight) to see if an "official" 16296 build can join Skippy via the registry hack.
    Sure it will join LIMPY but what is the point as in less than two weeks it dies anyway.
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  7. cereberus's Avatar
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       #276

    LEOPEVA64 said:
    The other thing we can do at the moment is to use the tool that downloads the UUP files directly from the Microsoft servers and create the ISO with those files, that's what I do for some builds ago.
    PS: I do not know if the link is allowed, if not I ask @Brink to please edit my comment.
    This could be handy - will give it a try.
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  8. martyfelker's Avatar
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       #277

    I'm having pretty good luck installing an upgrade from an ISO created after the download is created. But frankly, with VMs, my best lluck is to start the download and then go to sleep. Often a pleasant surprise after waking.
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  9. Winuser's Avatar
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       #278

    I know for me the downloading is not the problem. The problem starts once it goes to the installing part. That's the part that takes hours. On this build it took hours just to reach the part where the computer needed to be restarted. Then it took hours to finally get to the login screen. One build made my computer unusable until it got to (if I remember correctly) 72% installed. Even trying to bring up Task Manager took over 5 minutes. My HDD was pegged at 100%. I do understand what MS is trying to do. The thing is that for some of us UUP isn't working as planed and takes the joy out of the upgrading experience. I don't know what changed with UUP because earlier builds didn't give me this problem with very slow installs. I'm even experiencing slow installs on my desktop running the Skippy build and that has a SSD.
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  10. cereberus's Avatar
    Posts : 12,037
    Windows10
       #279

    Have been looking closer at files in onedrive section in appdata.

    The file global.ini is different if on Insider (copied as Global1) or not on Insider

    C:\>fc global.ini global1.ini /u
    Comparing files global.ini and GLOBAL1.INI
    ***** global.ini
    PlaceholdersTurnedOffByFilterError = false
    SavedPlaceholdersEnabledState = false
    IsFirstTransitionToPlaceholderEnabledState = false
    CoAuthAppProtocolVersions = {}
    ***** GLOBAL1.INI
    PlaceholdersTurnedOffByFilterError = false
    SavedPlaceholdersEnabledState = true
    IsFirstTransitionToPlaceholderEnabledState = true
    CoAuthAppProtocolVersions = {}
    *****

    I tried manually editing it, but file kept getting changed. Messed around with partitions etc, made no difference.
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