Brian, doesn't one have to reserve their copy before making the ISO? I heard something about receiving an email with some confirmation code? I've also heard that one should perform the upgrade as to get a product key, and once the upgrade has finished, the ISO can be made and a clean, fresh install will render a better experience?
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On 2/2/2016 12:11 PM, Lisle, Ted (CHFS DMS) wrote:
First I’ve heard of that, thanks.
*From:*Brian Vogel [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
*Sent:* Thursday, January 28, 2016 6:12 PM
*Subject:* Re: How To Get Rid Of Get Windows 10 Message
On Thu, Jan 28, 2016 at 12:58 pm, Lisle, Ted (CHFS DMS)
<email@example.com <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>> wrote:
I wish they had an option to furnish a disk.
If by they you're referring to Microsoft they already do this. You can
use the Microsoft Media Creation Tool
download the ISO for the current build of Windows 10 at any time and
then burn the ISO to a bootable DVD or USB drive to upgrade any machine
until the end of the free upgrade period. The Download Tool link-button
on that screen gets you the software you need to get the ISO. It's then
up to you to either burn it to DVD if you intend to upgrade a machine
with an optical drive or create a bootable USB drive (4GB, minimum size
required). Rufus <http://rufus.akeo.ie/> is a good tool to easily create
a bootable USB drive.