A step closer towards Windows 10 RTM

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We’ve just posted the following news: A step closer towards Windows 10 RTM[newsimage]http://static.myce.com//images_posts/2015/07/myce-windows-10-here-95x75.png[/newsimage]

A new Windows 10 build has been spotted which might very well be an RTM candidate.

            Read the full article here: [http://www.myce.com/news/a-step-closer-towards-windows-10-rtm-76590/](http://www.myce.com/news/a-step-closer-towards-windows-10-rtm-76590/)

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#2

Where can this be downloaded from please?


#3

[QUOTE=Anthony1uk;2756507]Where can this be downloaded from please?[/QUOTE]

The currently have the inside preview test you can sign up for…


#4

Believe me its not worth the bandwidth.Total waste of time.Did you know his stuff( junk) takes up more than 350 MB on your C drive i mean as “system files” and NOT the actual install.Really slow on my machine and i got a pretty fast machine-lots of ram.You have been warded!


#5

[QUOTE=strubachincoscow;2756530]Really slow on my machine and i got a pretty fast machine-lots of ram.You have been warded![/QUOTE]
Well you may be the only one to notice this as most people who install the preview of windows 10 comment on how much faster it is on both older and modern hardware. I have a home built desktop on which I have had installed windows 7, windows 8, windows 8.1, and now windows 10 preview. and in each newer version of windows there was an improvement in performance. Windows 10 is definately the fastest Operating system I have ever used on my hardware.


#6

another elease candidate is Build 10.0.10208.16384.th1 announced on 150707 at 15:28 we are getting closer to the final release every day.

“Where can this be downloaded from please?”

These releases are internal to microsoft. they are not available for download till MS releases them on this web page. http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/preview-iso


#7

This is a nice shattering review

http://www.theregister.co.uk/2015/07/07/windows_10_for_windows_8_and_7_users/


#8

[QUOTE=Millennium12;2756623]This is a nice shattering review

http://www.theregister.co.uk/2015/07/07/windows_10_for_windows_8_and_7_users/[/QUOTE]Great review personally I think the person that wrote the article is on heavy drugs and loves his mac.:smiley:


#9

Another release candidate is out, this time it is Build 10.0.10224.16384.th1
announced on 150708 at 18:12


#10

Another release candidate is out, this time it is Build 10.0.10240.16384.th1
announced on 150709 at 17:00


#11

I installed 10-Preview on a lot of older PCs to see how they behaved. AMD 740-chipset motherboards with 4Gb work fine, 8Gb even better (these are Athlon XP, X2, Phenom X_). AMD 760s, 785s (Athlon IIs)… Intel Core 2 Duos, and even Pentium D’s.

We also loaded old XP-era software - DVD Shrink was near the top of everyone’s list - and that works the same, although we’re wondering Microsoft’s always-on tracking will give way to having those services shut down by Sony and the movie studios like DVDFab has been crippled. Maybe we shouldn’t have installed DVDShrink and never let Microsoft know it’s being used.


#12

I’m betting on build 10240 being the RTM release as there are now 50 seperate versions of build 10240 including the TH1 version on buildfeed. see this link :-
https://buildfeed.net/group/10.0.10240.0/


#13

There are now 85 seperate versions of build 10240 including the TH1 version on buildfeed.
I would be really surprised if this was not the final version of Windows 10 being made ready for the 29th of July release


#14

The Verge just announced that build 10240 is the official RTM build of Windows 10.


All windows insiders whether on slow or fast ring can now download build 10240 as an update.
Here we go this is uour first look at the new windows final edition.