Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by SAM-R, Mar 18, 2019.
Great, but where do you get these .msu files?
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Can you integrate it into ISO?
I tried, no error, but no trace of Edge
Yes, there will be a pending.xml inside WinSxS folder, which indicates that it will be installed during the first boot.
After OOBE, Microsoft Edge will run automatically on the first time user logon.
I am talking about integration. I am not going to deploy it to an online OS.
When i use the UUP Convert and put the Edge Chromium CAB's form uupdump.ml inside the UUPs folder then the Windows 10 Business Editions are not included in the ISO.
How about using DISM to add the package?
I think the UUP Convert is using DSIM.
Microsoft Edge Stable is now 83.0.478.50.
Microsoft Edge Stable is now 83.0.478.54.
Trying to do a clean format but the file I download is named "MicrosoftEdgeEnterpriseX64" and weights around 85mb. I have been AFK for 3,5 months so please bear with me as I am trying to catch up with all the changes. The file I used to download was an online installer around 1,7mb. I just want the Edge for normal users and not for Bussiness/Enterprise.
Has been updated to 83.0.478.54
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