Windows 10: Download Windows 10 Insider ISO File
I had something similar earlier with the en-gb pages.
This seems to work now though.
(Well I *think* it does - I confess I don't read the language... although bits of the page are still in English for some reason.)
Try this download page:
Download Windows 10 Technical Preview - Microsoft Windows
Most of the issues in that report have been addressed, but there are far worse
This is the fun part, we were all spoiled by what MS called Win10 ... but was really a ready to go Win8 update 2.
9926 was the first real development code (aka preview level) and 10041 is even more soe.
But ... that's the point of technical preview code.
There's no sense in testing 9926 any further - the 6 weeks between that release and 10041 plus any future changes renders 9926 as obsolete. The ISO is probably much more stable than the fast track update.
You've come this far, might as well stay the course and look at 10041.
Releasing W10 like this was of course a risk for Ms -- some people will say it's too unstable (actually of all the things you COULD say that hasn't been my experience with this OS) or not ready or too unpolished. For GAWD'S sake it's STILL IN DEVELOPMENT.
I'm glad I am getting a decent chance to have a real play with it before RTM. W7 had a few problems also before RTM - but then we had to rely on "Leaked builds" if people can cast their minds back to those days.
If it doesn't work for you or there's things wrong with it that's what the feedback program is for. I have no doubt that while there never is any such thing as a 100% perfect OS that will suit everybody on all possible hardware I'm sure this one will be MORE than adequate and fit for purpose.
Whatever one thinks or though of of W8 I'm sure plenty of people had the experience of trying to "de-confuse" bog standard ordinary users who got totally lost in the navigation. Of course these things can be learned but that's not the point. W10 will at RTM I'm sure offer users a good decent OOBE without I.T admins tearing their hair out at having to teach users on how to use the system.
Apart from a few gripes I've found the OS remarkably stable and efficient for an OS at this stage in its development cycle.
I'd still be a bit dubious about trusting it totally to really serious applications where I make money such as online Stock trading systems but for about 90% of typical everyday "Officy" type tasks it works just fine and even on things like Multi-media I have no issue with it.
When I opened this thread, my browser opened post #1, where I found the "Latest:" a link to the ISO download.
All I could say was, "Well, it's about time". MS should have made that available from day one.
I think the intention was to test out that new circular progress bar thing. The ISO will eventually come out which already did.
Two short cuts appeared on my desktop after a upgrade from 8.1 to the newest build. DL came from MS no reason to suspect foul play. JC is wondering whats next the Interview.
Seems as tough this has been around for a while. I've never seen it, but a Google turns up quite a few and they're not all recent!
Sorry Charlie, I didn't look at any of the results - that's your job
Ok, so I looked at a few. Many reports go back to Win7 and 2009 .....
The easiest thing to test is Language Packs - uninstall Korean.
The other references were mostly malware suggestions, but when the person ran a scan, nothing showed up. Still worth doing, IMO.
I did look it up a little on Google and decided to just file them in trash and not worry about it. Then thought need to say something on feedback to MS. So getting that done. I was only being funny. It is good to know that help and due diligence is here when needed.
I thought your What's next, the Interview was funny.
That's why I replied tongue-in-cheek with Sorry Charlie
Oh duh, now that is funny and I am old enough to remember that commercial.
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Hello, this morning I received a notice that Windows 10 has started to download on my desktop. I do not want to install it now. How can I burn it to a ISO file (DVD) for a later installation? My current OS is Windows 7 Ultimate.