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5 November 2016

Microsoft explains why it's still building Windows 10 Mobile

Microsoft has again reaffirmed its commitment to supporting and developing Windows 10 Mobile. The smartphone platform now has less than one percent total market share but Microsoft still considers it important to have an OS that runs on mobile hardware.




Earlier this year, Terry Myerson, Microsoft's Executive Vice President of Windows and Devices, said smartphones aren't a "priority" for the company in 2016. It hasn't launched any new devices and only a handful of products have emerged from its third-party partners. Despite the almost non-existent hardware investment, the company has continued to push regular software updates to Windows 10 Mobile though.
Considering the platform's market share dropped below one percent a few months ago, some have questioned why Microsoft continues to keep it alive. Now would appear to be a good time to admit defeat and pull out of the market, concentrating instead on apps for iOS and Android. Microsoft is already focusing its app development on rival services and now often updates its Windows offerings after its iOS and Android ones.
In a recent interview with ZDNet, Myerson justified Microsoft's continued investment in mobile. He suggested that maintaining Windows 10 Mobile is no longer really about promoting the software to customers. Instead, the company needs to have access to the underlying technology, in case it has a need for a mobile platform in the future.
While Windows 10 for PCs and Windows 10 Mobile share a common core, they have some major differences. Most notably, the full version of Windows 10 cannot run on the ARM-based processors inside mobile devices. It doesn't support the telephony stack that runs handsets' phone and messaging features either. Windows 10 Mobile has these components. If Microsoft abandoned the OS, it would be left without this important infrastructure.
"There are really two things that are unique about Windows Mobile. One is cellular connectivity and the other one is the ARM processors that are there," said Myerson. "And I think both cellular connectivity and ARM processors have a role in the technical landscape of the future."
Microsoft's reluctance to abandon its ARM support and telephony stack can be explained by its past experiences. When the company launched Windows Phone 7 in 2010, its first true smartphone platform, it quickly ran into major problems that contributed to its failure in the industry since.
Windows Phone 7 was based on Windows Mobile 6.5. In turn, Windows Mobile used the Windows CE kernel, instead of the modern Windows NT. At the time, NT only supported desktop platforms. It had no telephony stack or ARM support, unlike the aging Windows CE. As it was coming late to the smartphone race already, Microsoft opted against building cellular connectivity into Windows NT. It went the easier route, using Windows CE as the base of Windows Phone 7.
This proved to be a disastrous decision. Windows CE wasn't designed to power modern smartphones and didn't support new and emerging features. Microsoft quickly realised it had to move its mobile efforts to Windows NT but the effort took two years of work.
In 2012, Windows Phone 8 emerged, running on modern, extendable technology. Because Microsoft had spent so much time migrating to Windows NT, it included very few new features to attract consumers though. Microsoft effectively lost two years of development time, letting its platform stagnate while it worked on a giant architectural shift, the benefits of which could never be explained to customers.
Myerson alluded to the situation, as well as other past failures, in the interview. "When you stop investing in these things, it's super hard, super, super hard to restart," he said. "And at Microsoft, we have a few of those examples where we stopped. Sometimes, when you're investing into growth, it's easier, but when you're investing for technical strategy or things like that, sometimes people question it — like you're doing right now."
Windows 10 Mobile may be getting little attention from Microsoft but the company has consistently stated it's not going away any time soon. Microsoft has previously suggested it will refocus its mobile ambitions in the coming years, once Windows 10 on PCs has become more established. It's thought the company is waiting for a chance to launch a category-defining device that will do to smartphones what the Surface did for convertible PCs.
Source; Digital Journal



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1 September 2016

How to Reset Windows 10 PC without loosing Important Files

Its quite normal for your Windows 10 PC to slow down after several app installs. Lagging could also be as a result of driver, registry or malware issues. Although we’d dropped a very helpful guide on how to fix a slow PC, resetting is sometimes the easiest fix but the fear of losing important files deters many. This guide will teach you how to reset your Windows 10 PC and most importantly, not lose your valuable files.

Will I lose my files and installed applications after I reset?


Installed applications? Yes. Files? depending on your selection. As a rule of thumb, backup all your important files to an external storage device (SSD, HDD, SD card or Flash drive). This guide is however aimed at preventing file loss as a result of the Operating System (OS) reset.

How do I reset my Windows 10 PC and still not lose my files?


* Note: Ensure that the PC’s battery is well charged or charging throughout the process (recommended) to avoid an interruption due to a drained battery.

There are two methods you could use:

    Reset from outside Windows
    Reset from within Windows (recommended)

How to Reset Windows 10 Without loosing important files

  • Launch the Windows Start menu and click Settings
  • Click Update & Security
  • Click Recovery and Select Reset This PC
  • If you wish to retain your files but remove apps and settings, select Keep my files (Recommended). If you wish to remove apps, settings and files, select Remove Everything.
 
how to reset windows 10 pc without loosing files
 
  • You should get a notification of what is about to be removed
  • Click Reset to commence the reset
  • Sit back and take a cup of coffee and wait for the resetting process to be completed and you will find yourself in windows 10 setup menu
 
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18 August 2016

Download ISO images for Windows 10 Build 14905

For those that are waiting for windows 10 Build 14905 official iso Images to be available from microsoft am just sad to inform you that the official iso image are not available but with the help of windows 10 ESD file and decrypter tool you can make your iso file.

Windows 10 build 14905 has been released for Windows Insiders but official ISO images are not available as it is a Fast Ring build. Here is how you can get ISO images which you can use to install this build from scratch.

At the moment of this writing, Windows 10 build 14905 was released for Fast Ring Insiders only. You can build the ISO images yourself in a few minutes. All Thanks Goes sergey tkachenko for making this simple and available also.
how to make iso image for windows 10 build 14905


How to Make iso image for windows 10 build 14901

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Microsoft Released Windows 10 Redstone 2 Build 14905 for Fast Ring Insiders

Just a recent now after releasing windows 10 redstone 2 build 14901 Microsoft now again released windows 10 redstone 2 build 14905 for fast ring insiders and this windows only comes with fixes and improvement but not with new features. So far if you are experiencing some difficulties with your Anniversary Updates, then it is highly recommendable to update to this redstone 2 build 14905 as bug was fix and some improvement was also attach.

This build 14905 comes with both PC and Mobile and if you want to enable it on your PC just go to windows insider by opening Settings -> Update & security -> Windows Insider Program. After that, it will be downloaded to your PC via Windows Update.
microsoft release wndows 10 redstone 2 build 14905 for fast ring insiders



The List of changes are as follow:
  • We have fixed an issue causing a large blank space to appear between the address bar and web content after the address bar moves back to the top when opening a new tab in Microsoft Edge.
  • We have updated Narrator Scan mode for table navigation to now support CTRL + ALT + HOME to go to the beginning of the table CTRL + ALT + END to go to the end of the table.
  • Microsoft Edge now supports the CTRL + O keyboard shortcut for setting focus to the address bar.
  • We fixed an issue resulting in Sketchpad and Screen Sketch crashing after trying to change the ink color twice in a row when the ruler was visible.

Known Issues

  • Support for kernel debugging over 1394 has been removed, but will be available in an upcoming kit release. A work-around will be posted to the Debugging Tools for Windows Blog shortly.
  • Adobe Acrobat Reader crashes when you try to launch it.
  • Cortana’s text to speech capabilities is not working in this build. For example, Cortana won’t be able to read text messages out loud for you, tell jokes, sing, or give verbal prompts.
  • When clicking on the power button on the Start menu, it closes the Start menu without opening the flyout with restart/shutdown options appearing. As a workaround – you can right-click on the Start button (or WIN + X) and choose to shutdown via this menu instead.
  • Apps such as Yahoo Mail, Trivia Crack, Google and the Skype Translator Preview app will crash in this build due to a compatibility issue from a recent platform change.
  • The Settings app may crash on certain editions of Windows 10 when navigating to different settings pages due to a missing .dll file. We are working on getting this fixed soon.
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17 August 2016

Some Context Menu items Missing in Win 10 If More Than 15 Files are Selected

You can imagine if you are using windows 10 and suddenly when you select more than 15 files some context menu items will be missing, e.g the Open, Edit, Print menu will actually be missing when more than 15 files are selected. Why was this? because Microsoft is trying to limit the number operations you can run at a time to avoid your system from showing not responding behaviour, because if you open or edit more than 15 files at a time, there is a likely tendency that the system will start showing not responding or even freeze which is actually not good for the system.

In this tutorial we can see how can increase to number from 15 to whatever you like so that you can open them at a time more especially if its pictures. But i can still recommend not to run this kind of batch operations at a given time because it will incapacitate your windows and system.

If you want some of the Context Menu items to appear even after selecting more than 15 files then this tutorial is actually for you


Enabling Context Menu items for more than 15 files in windows 10

  • Open Registry Editor
  • Go to the following key
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer
  • Create a 32-bit DWORD value named MultipleInvokePromptMinimum.
  • Set its value data in decimals to the number of items in Explorer for which you wish to have commands like Open, Edit, or Print visible. In the example below, I set the DWORD value data to 200 in decimals, so context menu commands will remain accessible for up to 200 selected files.

how to enable context menu items
credit: winaero

  • Restart your machine and you are good to go
  • Now you can select up to 200 files and run a batch operations at the same time but be wise about how you execute those commands
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16 August 2016

How to Add PowerShell to New Context Menu of File Explorer

Usually, to create a PowerShell file, you can either create a new text file and rename its extension every single time to .ps1, or you can use Notepad. Using Notepad, it is possible to save the entered text as a powershell file by selecting the File - Save menu item and typing the filename with the ps1 extension in quotes. It is necessary to add quotes to save it with the correct extension. Another option is the app Windows PowerShell ISE, which starts very slow, but can save your scripts directly to .ps1 files.

In this Article you will easily know how to add powershell to your windows context menu without suffering to go through some tedious process and this trick works easily on windows 7, windows 8 and even windows 10.
 
Normally there is need to edit your registry Editor but all thanks goes to Seygey Tkachenko for making the Ready-to-use Registry file and with a one-click you can enable the feature smoothly.
how to add powershell to context menu of file exploerer
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How to Add PowerShell to New Context Menu of File Explorer

Download the  Registry File here and double click to add your powershell easily and if you still prefer to use the other method by tweaking your registry editor check the guide here

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15 August 2016

Introducing The Latest Psiphon V3 For PC to Browse Free

As you always know my job is make you updated with the latest technology info more especially if it concerns latest improvement in technique so that you can enjoy the web and lots more easy, as you know the story always doesn't change as we are all perfectly rocking the new way of browsing on our phone using psiphon with Glo N0.00 trick.

Development is coming in every part of the world especially in the field of technology, i am here by introducing you to the latest psiphon v3 for which works on Pc, which is introduced to serve as the VPN to enable PC users rock the internet freely and also to enable them visit the restricted websites on the internet.

i am so happy for this great improvement by the psiphon developers, indeed it's also a good news for internet addict users especially computer users, the good site of this  latest phiphon v3 software is that its working in all type of windows and is not disconnecting frequently like the one of phone application do, but The saddest thing about this software is that it always disconnect after 40min time of usage.




Lets go straight to the point on how to download psiphon v3 for PC/Desktop


How to download psiphon v3 for Pc

its simple just click the link below:

 CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD


Note: Keep tuned to this blog as we cracked the configurations for the new Psiphon to enable you browse the net free with your desktop anywhere.

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Setting Up a Metered or Unmetered Wi-fi Connection in Windows 10

Having a PC is one thing but maintaining its operating system is entirely another different issue, one of the core problems of windows 10 is frequent updates by Microsoft which some users are bitterly complaining, well some updates comes with a great handy feature while other updates comes with a bug and might make your PC slow or even create another scenario that isn't welcome.

Some of the usual complains of users is that the operating system is actually consuming data unlike its counterpart windows 7 or less. because the rate at which the system processes it program is far better than the older OS.


What is a metered or Unmetered Connection?

Well to answer this question, let me use a simple language that we both understand here, metered connection can be regarded as a limited connection while unmetered connection can be said to be as a connection that is unlimited. When you buy data from your network subscriber and they allocate a certain MB/GB to you with a specified timeframe, then this is a metered connection but for instance your using a wireless network connection to browse, then you don't have to worry about the data or the timeframe, this is unmetered connection.


Benefit of Setting your Connection to Metered

The only benefit you will derive when you set up your connection to metered is that you PC cannot necessarily consumes your data much, because it cannot updates windows and moreover some apps might cease to function consuming your data.

My recommendation here is that if your browsing with your internet service provider (ISP) i.e. your using a modem or any other portable hotspot then i urge you enable your connection status to metered connection but if there is no need to to disable your metered connection on wifi unless if you don't want to receive microsoft windows updates on your PC.


How to Set a Wireless Connection to Metered or Unmetered

  • Click the Wireless Icon at the Bottom Right Corner of your windows 10 PC
  • Click Network Settings
  • Click Advanced options
  • Change Set as metered connection to ON for metered and OFF for unmetered
setting upp metered connection]

Thats all you can enjoy browsing and downloading on your PC without fear of data consumption


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How to Disable Automatic Updates of OS in windows 10

If you are a windows 10 user, you already how often the windows updates rolls out because you can update your system more than four times a month unless the system is always offline. Microsoft usually releases updates of windows 10 operating system regularly and i know some win 10 users actually hate updating their system day-after-day more especially those who are browsing on a metered connection and risking the chance of saving your data from being consumed.

A regular updates of windows is pretty much important because every update comes with a lot of security patches and bug fixes and it helps to keep your pc updates from any other program, but if on the other hand you don't like the updates and you wish to disable your windows update, then this guide is actually for you.

I actually recommend you to allow windows updates if your using wifi connection on your PC but if your using your modem or any other metered connection, then you need to disable windows update in other to save your data.

but before proceeding if your using a wireless (wifi) connection, then set your network setting to metered connection


How to Disable Automatic OS Updates on windows 10

  • Click Start Menu and Select Setting
  • Click Updates and Security
  • Click Advanced Options
  • Click Choose how Updates are delivered
  • Set Updates from more than one place to Off
choose how updates are delivered

  • Launch the Windows start menu then type services.msc and click it from the search results
  • The Windows Services dashboard should now be open. Scroll down and double-click Windows Update
  • Under Startup type, select Disabled
 
how to disable automatic updates of windows 10
 
  • Click Apply then OK
  • The Windows update service should now be disabled
  • Restart the PC
That's it you have successfully disable windows updates on your pc and you don't have to bother yourself about updating any more but if for a moment you wish to set the updates back to normal you can easily reverse the above settings

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Download Avast Anti-Virus Security for Windows 10 Offline Installer

The Windows Defender in Windows 10 offers basic protection against virus and other threats. While there are millions of users who are relaying only on Windows Defender without installing any third-party antivirus software, users who are not sure how to keep viruses at bay must have a good antivirus program.

Avast is one of the world best anti-virus security available to micorosft windows users because of its convenient and availability, i have been using avast anti-virus on my PC for almost a decade and believe i have witness so many changes and updates which is vital to the improvement and protection of your pc from unnecessary malwares and viruses.

There are plenty of antivirus and internet security solutions around offering variety of features but not everyone can afford those expensive security software. Luckily, Windows users have many free antivirus programs to choose from. When it comes to free antivirus program for Windows, Avast Antivirus is one of the leading and trusted security software with acceptable set of features.
avast anti-virus security for windows 10 offline installer
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Windows 10 Avast Anti-Virus Free

In addition to all features, Avast Antivirus Free is compatible with the latest Windows 10 as well. In fact, Avast Antivirus Free is one of the few security solutions that are compatible with Windows 10.

In the Edition of this Avast anti-Virus there are so many features to consider like the software updater, browser clean up, remote assistance and so many more of it.



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Solution to Windows 10 Booting to Blank Black Screen

Windows 10 is definitely new to our systems and sure will come with some hitches of slight or major incompatibilities, Recently we discussed some major flaws and problem of windows 10 anniversary updates and some solution therein. Another issue on wndows 10 is the  occasional booting to a blank screen. Below, I present the perfect solution if your newly upgraded or installed Windows 10 computer or laptop boots to a blank screen, not responding to any key, lest giving you a chance to login.

You know its really weird when you are in a hurry and want to do something preety much important but your windows keep showing you blank black screen immediately after booting up the PC.


Why blank screen?

Well, without much of the tech talks, whatever causes it may have to do with display drivers. It happens to my upgraded laptop each time it downloads and installs some updates. But the step described below will solve it.
how o fix win 10 black screen boot up



How to Solve Black Screen on windows 10 Boot up

When the computer boots to the blank screen, and not progressing, simply tap the POWER BUTTON once. Just a press and release. Don't press down. The tap is sufficient to shut down the computer. Which means after the tap, wait till your computer shuts down. Once off, tap the power button again to restart the computer. And this time, it will finish the booting. Repeat once more if not solved and twice is enough to solve this.

Hope this little tweak solves your problem

Read Also: How to Disable Password reveal Button of win 10


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14 August 2016

How to Disable Password Reveal Button in Windows 10

I know many of you are aware about the password reveal button that is available since the inception of windows 8, in a case whereby you have typed your password but you are not sure that what you type is correctly, you can easily press the password reveal button at the end of the password text field to verify what you typed and make sure that the password you entered is correct. It has an eye Icon at the end of the password text field and as i may consider it has some advantage and also its disadvantages at times because if you type your password and you forgot to press enter, someone might just click and view your password without your knowledge which is quite disgusting and annoying. 

In other words it may be an opportunity for you to customised your windows that will suit your need. This tutorial is aim at guiding you on how you can remove this password reveal button for Extra layer Security and to make sure that no one will press this button to reveal your password.


How to Disable Password Reveal Button Using Registry Editor

  • Open Registry Editor
  • Go to the following Key
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\CredUI
  • If you did not find the key "CredUI" then right Click on the windows key folder and create a new key named "CredUI"
create a subkey credui

  • After finish creating the Key, Create a 32-bit DWORD value named DisablePasswordReveal. Set its value data to 1 to disable the password reveal button.
how to create a disablepasswordreveal registry key

  • This will disable the password reveal button on your windows sign in screen and on microsoft edge and internet Explorer
  • To Restore Back to its normal Mode, Delete all the changes you have done above
  • enjoy!!!
Lets hear you on the comment below if you encounter any other issue

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How to Enable Hidden Console Login in Windows 10

Login user interface of windows 10 is much fascinating because it has alot of graphical interface shown at the log on screen and you can customized it differently the way it suit your need. One of the features that comes with windows 10 is that you can be able to customized or even change your logon screen to enable the hidden console i.e. instead of bringing the usual logon screen mode you will see command prompt with a password required to login to your windows 10 easily. This is not a new feature actually because an Edition of windows Server also use this to authenticate user details.

In the stable branch of Windows 10, this feature is experimental and might be removed some day. As of this writing, it works in Windows 10 "Anniversary Update" version 1607, build 14393. Here is how you can enable it.

Read Also: Solution to win 10 Black Screen Boot up


How to Enable Hidden Console on Windows 10

  • Open Registry Editor
  • Go to the Following Key
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Authentication\LogonUI\TestHooks
  • Create a 32-bit DWORD value named ConsoleMode. Set its value data to 1 to enable the console login mode.

enable hidden console in windows 10

  • Even if your using a 64 bit operating system, just create a 32 bit DWORD Value
  • If you want to it to its original setting just go back and delete the key you created earlier

Read Also: How to Disable Password Reveal Button in win 10

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13 August 2016

How to Increase your Internet Speed on Windows 10 Anniversary Updates

Windows 10 Anniversary Update, the major feature update for Windows 10, comes with a feature called TCP/IP Receive Window Auto-Tuning which is enabled by default. This feature is intended to improve performance of apps which receive TCP packets over a network. Under certain conditions, this feature can reduce your Internet speed. Here is how to check if you are affected by this issue and fix it if required.

The Receive Window Auto-Tuning feature was introduced in Windows Vista. There, it was not enabled by default. In Windows 10 Anniversary Update, it is enabled out of the box to manage your network transfer data. While it should serve most of users well, in some cases it can reduce your network performance.

To check out the state of Receive Window Auto-Tuning, you can do the following.

  • Open an Elevated Command Prompt
  • Type or Paste the Following code
netsh interface tcp show global 
increase the windows 10 internet speed
image credit: winaero

  • In the command output, look for the line "Receive Window Auto-Tuning Level". If its value says "normal", this means the feature is enabled. If your Internet speed is notably slow, then you can try to disable it.
  • To disable Receive Window Auto-Tuning, type the following command:  
netsh int tcp set global autotuninglevel=disabled
  • After that, test your Internet speed. If you were affected by the incorrect behavior of the feature, you should get improved network performance all thanks goes to Sergey Tkachenko for Checking this.
  • If your network performance does not change or becomes worse, you can re-enable Receive Window Auto-Tuning by typing the following command: 
netsh int tcp set global autotuninglevel=normal


tell us if you got your Internet speed improved by changing the mentioned option or it has no effect in your setup?


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Disable Sync Provider Notifications in File Explorer of Windows 10

Short while after releasing the microsoft windows 10 anniversary updates, the giant company comes up with another update known as redstone 2 build 149021 in which this update comes with a new feature in File explorer.these sync provider notification is an application that will show you tips about changes relating to windows 10 updates via a notification which appear at the top of the app. I can recommend that this is a nice improvement but many will try to abhor this feature because of its distraction and disturbance, so if you are among those that don't like the notifications i will easily show you how to disable it.

The feature is called Sync Provider Notifications. It produces notifications as shown in the screenshot below:
disabling sync provider notifications

How to Disable Sync Provider Notification in win 10

  1. Open File Explorer
  2. Go to the View tab of the Ribbon and click the "Options" button.
  3. The Folder Options dialog will be opened. Go to the View tab there.
  4. Scroll down the Advanced settings list until you see the option "Show sync provider notifications". Untick it as shown below to disable notifications.
disable sync provider notififcation


You can also disable it using registry Editor

How to Disable Sync Provider Notification using Registry Editor

  1. Open Registry Editor
  2. Go to the following key
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Advanced
 
Set the 32-bit DWORD parameter named ShowSyncProviderNotifications to 0 to disable notifications. The value data of 1 will enable them.
 
Enjoy!!! i hope you know how to disbale the notification that appears on top of your explorer window


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Download Windows 10 Redstone 2 Build 14901 iso Images Now

For those that are waiting for windows 10 Build 14901 official iso Images to be available from microsoft am just sad to inform you that the official iso image are not available but with the help of windows 10 ESD file and decrypter tool you can make your iso file.
Windows 10 build 14901 has been released for Windows Insiders but official ISO images are not available as it is a Fast Ring build. Here is how you can get ISO images which you can use to install this build from scratch.
 
At the moment of this writing, Windows 10 build 14901 was released for Fast Ring Insiders only. You can build the ISO images yourself in a few minutes. All Thanks Goes sergey tkachenko for making this simple and available also.
 
download iso image for windows 10 build 14901

How to Make iso image for windows 10 build 14901

 
just follow the guide here and you are done
 
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Microsoft Release Windows 10 redstone 2 Build 14901 for Insider

Its been a little while from the release of windows 10 Anniversary updates by microsoft, again this time around microsoft has just release another edition of windows 10 build 14901 named "redstone 2" but this release as at the time of this post wast just for fast ring insiders only and as usual it comes with a great lot of features to consider. As expected, the release does not feature significant changes to the user interface nor any major new features. Instead, it brings some improvements to the operating system core.

As you are aware that the iso image for build 14901 is not yet officially available you can check out and download the unofficial iso image of windows 10 build 14901 here

Windows 10 build 14901 comes with two known issues and one new feature. The new feature is the updated File Explorer:



  • Improving Product Education: As part of an effort to explore new ways of educating our customers on features in Windows 10 – we are testing out new notifications within File Explorer. They’re designed to help customers by providing quick, easy information about things they can do or new features they can try to have a better experience with Windows 10. If you want to opt out of these notifications, you can do so by unchecking ‘Show sync provider notifications’ from the Options menu in the File Explorer View tab.
microsoft release windows 10 redstone 2 build 14901
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So far the know issues in windows 10 build 14901 are:
  • Support for kernel debugging over 1394 has been removed, but will be available in an upcoming kit release. A work-around will be posted to the Debugging Tools for Windows Blog shortly.
  • Adobe Acrobat Reader crashes when you try to launch it.
there is also a significant change in the product key page.

Read Also: Some problems and solutions to windows 10 anniversary updates

To get this build, you should be on the Fast Ring of the Windows Insider program. Go to Settings -> Update & security -> Windows Insider Program to configure it so Insider builds will arrive through the Fast ring. Once this is done, Windows 10 build 14901 will be installed via Windows Update.

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12 August 2016

8 Simple Ways to tackle problems caused by Windows 10 Anniversary Updates

As most of us here already know that ending july and early august microsoft release windows 10 anniversary updates for its users but i bet almost over 50% of windows 10 users can experience different kind of problems and crashes, and if you are among those that are having issues with the windows 10 anniversary updates, then i guess this article will help you solve a little issues with your PC.

The Windows 10 Anniversary Update will automatically download and install when it becomes available for your device but, whether Microsoft admits it or not, the update is awash with problems.

We've detailed some of the most popular suggested fixes below

Defer updates

defer windows 10 updates


Head to Settings > Update & Security > Windows Update > Advanced Options > Defer Upgrades.


Perform a corrupt file check

perfoming a corrupt file check

Open a command prompt as an administrator by typing cmd into the search bar, then right-clicking on the result to open with elevated privileges. When prompted enter sfc /scannow to begin a check that scans the operating system for signs of corrupt files.


Reset your PC

reset your pc

To perform the reset, navigate to Update & Security, click to view Update History followed by Recovery Options, then follow the prompt to Get Started. From here you are given the option to keep all of your files, or remove absolutely everything.

Note that keeping your files removes all apps and settings too, but it's a small price to pay when weighted against the Anniversary Update.

Use the Refresh Windows tool

refesh windows tool


Another alternative is the new Refresh Windows tool that appears to perform a very similar job to the aforementioned PC Reset.

To start afresh go to Update & Security > Update History > Recovery Options > More Recovery Options >

The tool can be downloaded from Microsoft if you don't want to read through the explanatory notes that accompany it.

Note that this tool will also delete apps supplied by the PC manufacturer, including support apps and drivers.


Create your own installation media

windows 10 usb installation media


Some people have reported success by bypassing Microsoft's automatic update mechanism and installing the update themselves.

Doing this requires the Media Creation Tool and the Windows 10 Disc Image (ISO) file (be sure to select the correct edition for your needs).

When your downloads have completed, fire up the tool and select the Create installation media for another PC option. On the next screen confirm the language, architecture and Windows edition (in most cases the default selection should do just fine), and choose USB as the storage media.

When prompted for the installation file, navigate to the Windows 10 ISO file that you downloaded previously.


Go back to an earlier build


Going back to an earlier build

If you're having problems with Microsoft's latest update this is the only method that has a 100 per cent success rate at the time of writing.

The option can be found in the same place as the PC reset tip, namely Update & Security > Update History > Recovery Options > Go back to an earlier build > Get Started.

Starting with the Anniversary Update, Microsoft has reduced the allowed rollback period to your previous version of Windows to 10 days. This is too short a time, in our view, especially in light of the numerous problems people have experienced.

It might also be wise to defer updates, thus preventing Windows trying to download the Anniversary Update, should you want to retain a stable system in the interim.

Stop sharing Windows updates with others

sharing windows updates woth other


Microsoft has added a new feature that is said to speed up app and update downloads. Turning this on means that updates sent to your PC might not originate from Microsoft's servers, but from other PCs on the internet. Your PC might also send parts of previously downloaded updates and apps to other PCs.

The behaviour is enabled by default but it's easily disabled by navigating to Advanced Options in the Update & Security panel. From here click Choose how updates are delivered and set the toggle to the off position.

However, if you think it's a good idea you could always restrict the activity to PCs on your local network.


Take back your Privacy Settings

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To take back control you'll need to visit Windows Settings and select the Privacy option. There are a whole heap of new menu items for apps and system devices that hide privacy settings of their own.

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