Windows 10 media refresh (1511.2) - April 2016 Published Date: 5/2/2016 In early May 2016, Microsoft plans to release a full media refresh of Windows 10 editions to support the release of Windows 10 Current Branch for Business (CBB). The scope of this release includes Windows 10 Home, Windows 10 Professional, Windows 10 Internet of Things (IoT) Core, and Windows 10 IoT Core Pro. Note for Embedded partners: There are no changes to the Windows 10 IoT Core Pro Licensing XML file with this refresh release. Details for Royalty and ODM partners The April 2016 full media refresh of Windows 10 products will include all updates that have been released for Windows 10 in the period between the release of Windows 10 November update version 1511 (in November 2015) and March 8, 2016, including both security-related and non-security-related updates. The media refresh will not include any updates that are not available separately, nor will it include any new features. The media refresh will contain the same bits as a master image created by OEM partners using all updates released since the Windows 10 release to manufacturing (RTM) in July 2015. The April Media Refresh also includes the following additional updates beyond those that were included in the version 1511.1 release: Cumulative Update KB3140768 Dynamic Update KB3142588 Servicing Stack Update KB3139907 Setup Dynamic Update KB3140744 Adobe Flash Update KB3144756 The media refresh streamlines the manufacturing process by including the updates in one OEM Preinstallation Kit (OPK). If OEM partner images are currently based on Windows 10 November update version 1511 plus subsequent services packages and monthly supplement releases, there is no need or program requirement to use to the media refresh. The refresh will not include Windows Kits (Assessment and Deployment Kit [ADK], Software Development Kit [SDK], Windows Driver Kit [WDK]) or a separate ISO of inbox applications. Microsoft is using the Windows 10 1511.2 release designation to identify this media refresh. Note that this does not constitute a new version of Windows.