Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by Enthousiast, Dec 10, 2019.
Thanks for the info.
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I have interesting question. many people complain via this particular update (1904. 2486) January 10 2023 to be precise.
Has some issues, bug. My question is . Does new MSDN iso have that problem because also consist of this cumulative update?
I believe that 2306 caused more problems, it caused BSODs which normal users can't easily overcome.
2306 i cannot find update that at all, Latest MSDN release december was 19045.2364
That one i meant.
Windows 10 Version #21H2 | 19044.2486.vb_release_svc_prod1.230105-1654
does this iso contains the LTSC version ??
No, the LTSC is and will be 19044.1288, no refresh ISOs for that expected ever.
Can anyone please share download link for:
Wait for svf patches
if i were to clean install. wich way should i go. use media cration tool ISO, use first ISO WIM format when 22H2 was released from this thread. or use Jan. 2023 Updated ISO
You're asking as if there would be a functional difference, assuming you'd install the same edition. Download whatever your heart desires and install it.
I always go for the latest ISOs. That way, you spend less time updating after a fresh install. Also, the MCT iirc creates ESD ISO images, which can't be edited & verified through hashes, whereas these are WIM ISOs, which can be modified & verified.
true. ive noticed that too. ill just use the latest one then thanks
That is not true because windows release cumulative update OS automatically download all cumulative updates (same file size)