Microsoft made a record this week by releasing 3 builds in 4 days and just before the Independent Day weekend starts, they released the latest build 10162 to the Slow ring, which means that you can now download the official ISO image to have a fresh start as a DIY project during the weekend.
Head over to the Windows 10 Insider Preview ISO download page, scroll the page down a little until you see all the download options. Pick up a language you want to use, and click download link for 64-bit or 32-bit edition to start downloading the file.
Once you have the images downloaded, you can start building a bootable USB flash drive for Windows 10 installation media. My favorite tool to build a bootable Windows installation disk is Rufus, a free portable utility that makes creating bootable USB drives much easier.
It’s getting more and more close to the final release and the latest build looks more like a completed product than before.
If you are going to buy a new computer at the moment, it’s a perfect time to buy one to get ready for Windows 10. What’s even better is that, if you are planning on DIY’ing one by yourself, you can save some money on OS and still get a free Windows 10 for your new computer.
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