Windows 10 Version 1511 [aka Threshold2] has been released

With the files dated October 30th, the first major update has been released.

There isn’t too much information out there but here is what I know [or can assume]….

Those with Windows 10 build 10240 installed will get a Windows Update notice to install. It will be again like when [assuming] you upgraded from Windows 7 or Windows 8.1. Unsure if it will pre-download the bits [especially after the last mess].

If you have Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 installed and have not upgraded [but can], I would guess that it will download the bits again.

An updated Media Creation Tool is out to support the new build and it will combine the Home & Pro versions in one image. You can also combine 32-bit and 64-bit installations – effectively a 4 in 1.

Note that in early 2016, Microsoft could boost the urgency of installing Windows 10. If you still want to hold off, maybe turn it off with the registry fixes I mentioned in another blog.


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