From the Insider 19564.1005 (2004) to the normal May 2020 update?

  1. win10g's Avatar
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    From the Insider 19564.1005 (2004) to the normal May 2020 update?


    Does anyone know if there is a way to get from the insider 19564.1005 to normal May 2020 update?

    I did opt-out long time ago and I am still at 19564.1005
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  2. Berton's Avatar
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    Go to Settings, Update & Security, bottom of the left column for Windows Insider Program. You should see this which has more for what you need:
    From the Insider 19564.1005 (2004) to the normal May 2020 update?-image.png

    I think basically a clean install of the latest RTM. Download the MCT and run it.
    https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/soft...load/windows10
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  3. win10g's Avatar
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    Thank you.

    This is what I see:
    From the Insider 19564.1005 (2004) to the normal May 2020 update?-p8steam1m.png

    I could do the clean install, but I would like to keep the data and personal files.
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  4. f14tomcat's Avatar
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    Triple boot - Win 10 Pro, Win 10 Pro Insider (2) - (and a sprinkling of VMs)
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    win10g said:
    Thank you.

    This is what I see:
    From the Insider 19564.1005 (2004) to the normal May 2020 update?-p8steam1m.png

    I could do the clean install, but I would like to keep the data and personal files.
    With a clean install, there is no option to keep data and personal files. Your best bet is to backup the data/files to something external that you can unplug and detach during the Install. You don't want that left in the machine while you're doing a clean install. Then, after you're finished with the install and it's activated and verified, plug in the external and copy your data/files back. It can be a thumb drive if it's big enough.

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