Discussion in 'other software & services' started by Brian K, Aug 1, 2016.
When you find this (tomorrow) can you please post a link?
From what I've read it will be available from the Media Creation Tool as of tomorrow. I'll be downloading a copy hopefully in case I am not among the first to receive the update from Windows Update.
I'd prefer an ISO download. When I tried the ISO created from the Media Creation Tool last year it failed to update my Win10, every time I used it. Creating a DVD or UFD from the ISO and running setup.exe was the only thing that worked every time.
According to a German blog this is the link for the updated Media Creation Tool 10.0.0.14393.0 which will download the Anniversary Update.
I've download the Media Creation Tool and it is now downloading the ISO now. I'm getting slow download speeds from Microsoft at the moment.
Edit: This does not download the Anniversary Update, it's for a preview build.
I hope I can upgrade, as I've been having some major issues in the last 24 hours or so after putting my SSD in a different laptop. I attempted to do an In-Place Upgrade of build 1511 last night, but it failed. However, I have fixed some issues with my Windows install today so hopefully the upgrade will complete.
How to get or download Windows 10 Anniversary Update (by thewindowsclub)
I used the Media Creation Tool this morning to download an ISO file. I mounted it, ran setup and am now on Version 1607 (OS Build 14393.10).
ISO based on install.wim
All Techbench ISO's - direct from Microsoft servers
Courtesy of mkuba50
The ISO obtained with MCT installs 1607, no problem. Also the ISO obtained from Techbench. The difference is that the ISO from MCT contains install.esd, the ISO from Techbench contains install.wim.
It´s possible to convert from esd to wim, ESD to ISO - Create Bootable ISO from Windows 10 ESD File.
I'm confused by the Techbench list. Which ISO is for Win10 Pro 14393?
You quite likely need "Windows 10 (Redstone 1) [ID: 244]" which is RTM multi-iso with Home, Pro, etc.within same ISO which is same as MSDN, same hash and so on.
Thank you. Looks good.
I can't recall who posted this...
Download in Win10.
This is a good tool to download your desired iso file. The tool is nothing but a front-end of the Tech Bench site.
Last Updated: 05 August 2016
Hope you find it useful.
Interesting. I already have two ISOs. One based on install.esd and the other based on install.wim. Both work. I upgraded 8 computers on the first day. Six desktops and two laptops. No issues.
I looked at your tool. Nice, but it's not as easy as using the link in Post #15. The list of Win10 choices is confusing. To me anyway. I only recently discovered "Windows 10 - Redstone 1 -July 2016" is "Win10 1607".
Yes. Actually the first choice in the drop-down menu is the right one for you to choose as it contains both Home and Pro editions within. That iso is dated July 2016 - Redstone 1.
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