I want a Windows 10 build that is as stable as possible. I don't care about latest features or anything. I have been using 16299.15 (Enterprise) for a while, and it has a problem when first installing where State Repository Service consumes all the CPU and lags everything out, until creating a new user account and doing some trickery then going back to the old one. I'm experiencing FPS issues in games that I can't seem to fix and the occasional BSOD and want to reformat but go with a more stable build this time. I don't see any way of downloading an ISO of this build and I've read some things that suggest it's possible to somehow install an older version and patch it up to this point. I'll be modding a lot with WinAeroTweaker and using Start10 and disabling all the telemetry garbage, etc.. I don't like Cortana or any of that metro stuff. I just want to keep full control over when/which updates area downloaded and installed (as I have now) and have a stable system with no tacky UI annoyances. What do I need to do in order to get a nice, stable install of Windows 10 these days? Thank you! EDIT: I'd probably be happy with 16299.192. I found an ISO for 16299.125. Wouldn't I need the VL edition in order to activate Windows without a valid key? How could I update .125 to .192?