reduce the time to download the latest build of Windows 10


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    reduce the time to download the latest build of Windows 10


    Hi

    From the activation of Windows 10, how many hours must elapse before Windows downloads its latest build?

    It is possible to speed up this time so as to almost immediately download the latest build?

    Thanks

    Bye
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    balubeto said:
    Hi

    From the activation of Windows 10, how many hours must elapse before Windows downloads its latest build?

    It is possible to speed up this time so as to almost immediately download the latest build?

    Thanks

    Bye
    I believe it's a first come first serve basis via a queue. Therefore, there is no way to speed it up.
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    HippsieGypsie said:
    I believe it's a first come first serve basis via a queue. Therefore, there is no way to speed it up.
    Are you sure about that?

    Activating Windows 10 and the receive feature of the builds from the ring Fast, there is something else that can prevent the download of the builds?

    Thanks

    Bye
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    balubeto said:
    Are you sure about that?

    Activating Windows 10 and the receive feature of the builds from the ring Fast, there is something else that can prevent the download of the builds?

    Thanks

    Bye
    Am I absolutely sure? No. Am I pretty sure? Yes, for a queue is a queue, which is a database time/date-stamped list file performed in an orderly fashion, yes? How else could MS keep track? It's much like a printer's queue. Print jobs are added to the end of the list. It follows a time stamp order, unless print jobs are canceled (deleted) from the list, they follow a time-stamped order.

    However, after researching the Net, there may be a way to perform this via Admin Command Prompt. What the exact command to enter for recent builds from a prior one I wouldn't know for I could not find one, but here is a trick going from a prior legally qualified OS to 10 RTM. Jump the download queue and upgrade to Microsoft's new Windows 10 operating system now, here's how to force the download. - Blogabaloza - A blog by Robert A. Lane

    Welcome to windows Ten Forums, BTW.
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    HippsieGypsie said:
    Am I absolutely sure? No. Am I pretty sure? Yes, for a queue is a queue, which is a database time/date-stamped list file performed in an orderly fashion, yes? How else could MS keep track? It's much like a printer's queue. Print jobs are added to the end of the list. It follows a time stamp order, unless print jobs are canceled (deleted) from the list, they follow a time-stamped order.

    However, after researching the Net, there may be a way to perform this via Admin Command Prompt. What the exact command to enter for recent builds from a prior one I wouldn't know for I could not find one, but here is a trick going from a prior legally qualified OS to 10 RTM. Jump the download queue and upgrade to Microsoft's new Windows 10 operating system now, here's how to force the download. - Blogabaloza - A blog by Robert A. Lane

    Welcome to windows Ten Forums, BTW.
    This article is also valid for download immediately the builds of Windows 10?

    Thanks

    Bye
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  6. Posts : 5,834
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    balubeto said:
    This article is also valid for download immediately the builds of Windows 10?

    Thanks

    Bye
    The article is referring to upgrading to RTM build 10240 from a prior qualifying OS. It does not refer to upgrading as an Insider to new build releases. I don't know a way in which you desire. I was merely seeking a way since you brought up the interesting subject. If I find a way I'll post it here.

    As I stated in my prior post:

    However, after researching the Net, there may be a way to perform this via Admin Command Prompt. What the exact command to enter for recent builds from a prior one I wouldn't know for I could not find one, but here is a trick going from a prior legally qualified OS to 10 RTM.
    Prior OS being/meaning Windows 7 SP1 or Windows 8.1 Updates. RTM being/meaning build 10240.

    I hope that clarifies it for you. :)
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