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  1.    29 Jan 2017 #11
    Join Date : Jul 2015
    Posts : 9,329
    Windows 10 Pro

    Quote Originally Posted by ajayhirur View Post
    once CB rtm build surpasses my 15014 insider preview build( if i disalbed update for 4 months from now ) .. will i be able to sign out from insider preview and get back to CB rtm build ?

    how does it work .. should the numbers be same or just if cb number if ahead of mine ,, will i be able to switch atleast to rtm build from then ?
    Once the Insider Preview build goes RTM as the official release, you can leave the insider program and go back to regular updates.

    Since your current expiration date should be past the RTM release date of the Creator's Update scheduled in April, you should be able to leave the Insider Program now and just update to the RTM build when it comes out.
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  2.    13 Feb 2017 #12
    Join Date : Aug 2016
    West Hollywood, CA
    Posts : 55
    windows 10 Insider Preview 16179

    Quote Originally Posted by NavyLCDR View Post
    Once the Insider Preview build goes RTM as the official release, you can leave the insider program and go back to regular updates.

    Since your current expiration date should be past the RTM release date of the Creator's Update scheduled in April, you should be able to leave the Insider Program now and just update to the RTM build when it comes out.
    I am running Insider Preview 15031 and have so many problems since IP build 15019. Am I correct in understanding that according to the quote above I can leave the IP program now and just leave things the way they are until the RTM build 15031 is released? will the problems I am (and I am not alone according to the posts I read here and on Microsoft.com) having be resolved? honestly, I can't believe the lack of interest Microsoft is showing considering how bad these builds have messed my computer up. It is not my production computer but that is not the point. If these problems cant be resolved in the testing phase then why upgrade?
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