Insider Build Question


  1. Posts : 11
    networkn
       #1

    Insider Build Question


    Is it possible to download the ISO for 10565, and install on a PC, without having this PC permanently an insider build, getting new builds? 10565 has been fantastic for me so far, but for example, my office PC, it's not really suitable to be installing new builds every few weeks/months. I just want specific builds if they are significantly better.
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  2. CountMike's Avatar
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       #2

    networkn said:
    Is it possible to download the ISO for 10565, and install on a PC, without having this PC permanently an insider build, getting new builds? 10565 has been fantastic for me so far, but for example, my office PC, it's not really suitable to be installing new builds every few weeks/months. I just want specific builds if they are significantly better.
    There's ISO for newest one (10565) here: Download Windows 10 Build 10565 ISO - Microsoft News but as those are insider builds and if you have standard 10240 you can put it in slow ring and defer updates until you want to.
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  3. Posts : 26
    windows 10 home premum/pro
       #3

    yea but didn't Microsoft do something where builds expire now. i read something recently stating that build iso the activation for builds have an expiration date. im asking cause im not 100% sure if it was a legit posting or not. if its not that would be awesome cause there are a few builds i want to try that i haven't gotten to use yet. it would be awesome to have the option to stay on the same build if your not done completely testing the current build with out fear of them expiring.
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  4. Dude's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro X64
       #4

    Making a VM and using snapshots will allow you to keep using a certain build.
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  5. CountMike's Avatar
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       #5

    sean051490 said:
    yea but didn't Microsoft do something where builds expire now. i read something recently stating that build iso the activation for builds have an expiration date. im asking cause im not 100% sure if it was a legit posting or not. if its not that would be awesome cause there are a few builds i want to try that i haven't gotten to use yet. it would be awesome to have the option to stay on the same build if your not done completely testing the current build with out fear of them expiring.
    They all have expiration dates but new ones will be coming all the time with own expiration dates moved further on.
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