Windows 10 AIO (22-in-1) En-US (x64-x86) MSDN-Murphy78 | Size 7.63 GB
Release Date : August 2015
Languages : English - United States
Windows 10 AIO (22-in-1) En-US (x64-x86) MSDN-Murphy78
Size : 7.63 GB
SHA-1 : 81953DF70547475AF609288C1FA138DA3D6D537F
Windows 10 Home
Windows 10 Home N
Windows 10 Home Single Language
Windows 10 Pro
Windows 10 Pro N
Windows 10 Education
Windows 10 Education N
Windows 10 Enterprise
Windows 10 Enterprise N
Windows 10 Enterprise LTSB
Windows 10 Enterprise LTSB N
No Windows 10 Settings were harmed in the making of this ISO.
No Programs are added to Windows.
No Unattended Settings were added to the installation.
No Registry Settings were modified.
dism for Windows Updates integration and mounted file copy
oscdimg for ISO mastering
Added Info folder to Setup dir to annoy credit thieves.
DISM /add-package and /resetbase (Indexes, boot.wim and winre.wim):KB3074683
DISM /add-package and /resetbase (Additional - Indexes only):
KB3074678, KB3074686 (Superseded but WU nags for them)
-DualBoot setup with UEFI/Fat32 support
-Upgrade files to upgrade from Win7/8
-Some useful scripts added to torrent folder (not iso).
For MS Upgrade offer:
-Doesn't matter if you upgrade from 7 or 8, but the system has to be activated and not Enterprise. I recommend WinLoader and Windows 7 Pro/Ult to upgrade to 10 Pro.
-Make sure your network connection is online during upgrade or the activation will not happen.
-While KMS activators do work, we don't recommend them as they set your Activation channel to a default MAK and MS likely knows the difference. They could kill that activation later
with a WAT update.
-After successful upgrade and system showing activated, then you can re-install from boot and it should re-activate from MS servers. It reads your hardware info, not key.
-Key will be generic for this upgrade offer. Do not try to enter one during boot setup unless you bought Win10.
-Use a USB program such as RUFUS to put this on a 16GB+ USB Flash drive for boot installs.
-For upgrade, you can simply mount the iso. I would recommend using the USB tho, in case your system gets borked during upgrade process.
-Also, Uninstall any AV programs or specialized driver programs like VM or VPN software before upgrading. They will likely
interfere with the process.
-I am pretty sure it will fit on a Dual-Layer DVDR. Don't get mad at me if it doesn't. DVDs are antiques.
-If you are installing Education, and don't have a legit key you will need to enter the gVLK (KMS key) and use a KMS activator such as MTK or KMSPico.
-All of the enterprise versions have a spp package to set the gVLK automatically.
-I recommend inserting the gVLK during boot setup if you plan to install an Education or Enterprise SKU. It will change the channel to Volume. It's not required, but it
will give you a bogus Retail channel if you don't.
-THERE IS A SKIP BUTTON ON THE BOOT SETUP FOR KEY ENTRY. DO NOT COMPLAIN ABOUT ENTERING A KEY. PRESS SKIP!
-Yes I'm aware there are Pro VL versions. They're the same as Pro versions except they have a SPP package. There's not much point adding them to this and breaking the ability to
fit on a fat32 UFD.
CODYQX4 - Microsoft Toolkit KMS Activator for Enterprise/Pro
murphy78 - Integration, ISO design and testing
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