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Architecture (For CPU): x64 (64-bit)
Language: English
Author: Ramsey
File Size: 5,45 GB (Gigabytes)
File Format: ISO (Disc Image File)
MD5 (Hash): 6546f10fb349de08
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Architecture (For CPU): x86 (32-bit)
Language: English
Author: Ramsey
File Size: 3,60 GB (Gigabytes)
File Format: ISO (Disc Image File)
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[---------- CHANGELOG ----------]

(#) 2022.6.16 Changes:

* Added the latest Windows 10 21H2 x64 Updates from 11.5(May).2022 till 14.6(June).2022: KB5013887 (Replaces KB5013624) | KB5014699 (Replaces KB5013942).
* Updated Security intelligence updates for Windows Defender Antivirus (KB2267602) x64 from "v1.363.1743.0" to "v1.367.1549.0".
* Updated Windows Defender Antivirus antimalware platform (KB4052623) x64 from "v4.18.2203.5" to "v4.18.2204.4".
* Updated Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool (KB890830) x64 from "v5.101.19137.3" to "v5.102.19137.5".
* Updated Microsoft Edge (Chromium) x64 from "v101.0.1210.47" to "v102.0.1245.41".
* Updated Office 2021 Professional Plus x86/x64 Online Installer from "v2.2.6" to "v2.3.0".
* Updated Mozilla Firefox x64 from "v100.0.0" to "v101.0.1".
* Updated K-Lite Codec Pack Full from x86/x64 "v17.0.0" to "v17.0.5".
* Updated OpenHashTab x86/x64 from "v3.0.1" to "v3.0.2".


ReadMe File:

[---------- INCLUDES ----------]

(#) Windows 10 Updates:

* All the Windows 10 21H2 Updates are included until 14.6(June).2022:
1. KB890830 - Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool, version 5.102.19137.5.
2. KB2267602 - Security Intelligence Updates for Windows Defender Antivirus, version 1.367.1549.0.
3. KB4052623 - Update for Windows Defender Antivirus antimalware platform, version 4.18.2204.4.
4. KB4559309 - Microsoft Edge (Chromium), version 102.0.1245.41.
5. KB4589212-v2 - Intel Microcode Updates for Windows 10, version 21H2.
6. KB5003791 - Feature Update to Windows 10, version 21H2 by using an Enablement Package (19044.1237).
7. KB5007401 - Critical .NET Framework 3.5 Dynamic Update for Windows 10, version 21H2.
8. KB5008575 - Mixed Reality Asset Update for Windows 10, version 21H2.
9. KB5010524 - Setup Dynamic Update for Windows 10, version 21H2.
10. KB5011577 - Safe OS Dynamic Update for Windows 10, version 21H2.
11. KB5013887 - Cumulative Update for .NET Framework 3.5 and 4.8 for Windows 10, version 21H2.
12. KB5014699 - Cumulative Update for Windows 10, version 21H2 (OS build 19044.1766).

(#) Windows 10 Runtime Libraries:

* DirectX End-User Runtime v9.29.1974 (June 2010).
* Visual C++ Redistributable 2002 v7.0.9975.0.
* Visual C++ Redistributable 2003 v7.10.6119.0.
* Visual C++ Redistributable 2005 SP1 v8.0.50727.6229.
* Visual C++ Redistributable 2008 SP1 v9.0.30729.7523.
* Visual C++ Redistributable 2010 SP1 v10.40219.473.
* Visual C++ Redistributable 2012 Update 5 v11.0.61135.400.
* Visual C++ Redistributable 2013 Update 5 v12.0.40664.0.
* Visual C++ Redistributable 2015-2022 v14.32.31326.0.
* Visual Basic Runtime v1.00.
* Visual Basic Runtime v2.0.9.8.
* Visual Basic Runtime v3.0.5.38.
* Visual Basic Runtime v4.0.29.24.
* Visual Basic Runtime v5.2.82.44.
* Visual Basic Runtime v6.1.98.39 (SP6 Update KB3096896).

(#) Pre-Configured Windows 10 Settings:

* .NET Framework 3.5 = Installed.
* OneDrive Auto Install = Disabled.
* Diagnostic Data Collection = Disabled.
* Show all File Extensions = On.
* Show hidden files, folders and drives = On.
* Bing Web Search in Start Menu = Disabled.
* File Progress Dialog = Detailed.
* Combine Taskbar Buttons = Never.
* Windows Theme Color = Storm.
* Windows Theme Accent Color = On.
* Browser Media Auto-Play = Off.
* Default Browser = Firefox.
* Default Media Player = Media Player Classic.
* Default File Archiver = 7-Zip.

(#) Additional Applications:

* Microsoft Office 2021 Professional Plus (Online Installer v2.3.0).
* 7-Zip v21.07 (With a few Pre-Configured Settings).
* Mozilla Firefox v101.0.1 (With a few Pre-Configured Settings).
* K-Lite Codec Pack Full v17.0.5 (With a few Pre-Configured Settings).
* OpenHashTab v3.0.2.

[---------- INFORMATIONS ----------]

* Enterprise has the most Features.
Windows 10 Home Single Language
Windows 10 Home
Windows 10 Home N
Windows 10 Pro
Windows 10 Pro N
Windows 10 Pro Education
Windows 10 Pro Education N
Windows 10 Pro for Workstations
Windows 10 Pro for Workstations N
Windows 10 Education
Windows 10 Education N
Windows 10 Enterprise
Windows 10 Enterprise N
Windows 10 Enterprise multi-session
Windows 10 IoT Enterprise
Windows 10 Team
* Description about the Windows 10 Editions: http://wikipedia.org/wiki/Windows_10_editions
* Description about Windows 10 N: https://support.microsoft.com/topic/media-feature-pack-for-windows-10-n-and-windows-10-kn-editions-229a1ad7-7a3f-87f7-9f0b-ff92fb96b3e4

(#) General:

* All the Windows 10 Language Packs can be downloaded directly from the Language Settings Menu: "Settings -> Time & Language -> Language -> Add a language".

* This Windows 10 was not in Audit-Mode and was compiled with the Microsoft DISM tool and is based on the Windows 10 19041.1 en-US x64 source.
* All the included extras can be modified or removed in the ISO\Disc folder ".\sources\$OEM$" (Removing the $OEM$ folder will also remove the update #1 and update #4).
* To set you own pre-confurated borwser start page, simply edit the files "initial_preferences" and "firefox.cfg" with a text editor in the ISO\Disc folder ".\sources\$OEM$" or in the Hard Disk Drive folder "C:\Program Files" and "C:\Program Files (x86)".
* A Windows 10 Activator is not included, but a Text file is placed on the Desktop with a direct download link to a good working Activator.
* System Requirements (Minimum|Recommended): 1|3 GigaHertz Processor with 2|4 Cores, 2|8 GigaBytes of RAM, DirectX 9 Graphics card, 30|120 GigaByte of free Hard Disk storage.

(#) How to do a fresh Windows 10 installation:

1. Burn the Windows 10 ISO file on a DVD disc by using a Brun program like CDBurnerXP (http://cdburnerxp.se) or use Rufus (http://rufus.ie) to create a bootable USB Flash Drive with the Windows 10 ISO file.
2. Do a BACKUP of your important files on a separate Drive.
3. To avoid accidentally creating a Windows 10 Online Account or running into the Account bug (Other user), disconnect your Computer from the Internet before you install.
4. At the Windows 10 Setup menu select "Custom: Install Windows only (advanced)".
5. Delete all the old Windows Partitions and then click on install (Be very careful to select the correct hard disk drive).

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  • This commment is unpublished.
    Jacko · 5 months ago
    Apparently freeware O&O Shutup tool locks the spyware phone home of both Win10 and Win11. Any good?
    https://www.oo-software.com/en/shutup10
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    Merindol · 6 months ago
    Dear Ramsey,
    Thank you for all your work.
    I could not burn the ISO on a regular DVD due to its size, and then I burned it on a double layer DVD.
    It did not run on my PC - Kept swirling until I left the idea.
    Can you help please?
    Thank you 🙏🙏
    • This commment is unpublished.
      Ramsey · 6 months ago
      @Merindol Why did you not use Rufus like it says in the Description?
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      Merindol · 6 months ago
      @Ramsey I tried too, but unfortunately 😟😟I could not run my HP Omni 27 boot from the USB although all the BIOS Settings were OK.
      Can you help please?
      Thank you
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      Ramsey · 6 months ago
      @Merindol Try to unplug everything except you Mouse and Keyboard and Windows Hard Disk Driver. Also disable the devices that are not needed for the installation in your BIOS like the WLAN and LAN device. You can also try out the Windows 32-bit version.
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      Merindol · 6 months ago
      @Ramsey Dear Ramsey,
      Thank you SO MUCH for your assistance and work.
      I found the flaw!!
      I had to use a CORDED USB keyboard to be able to access the BIOS and run the Rufus USB.😂😂😂
      Again, thank you. You are the best
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    RTSFG · 6 months ago
    I used Rufus for creating a bootable USB for this windows 10 ISO. Then I reboot my pc and pressed "F12". After that I selected the USB Bootable drive for installing windows 10. Then it goes black and says "Reboot and select proper boot device". Please someone help me I cant boot my PC.
    • This commment is unpublished.
      Alex · 6 months ago
      @RTSFG What did you choose when you made the USB stick? GPT or MBR? What motherboard do you have?
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    reggie · 8 months ago
    Is there any one encountered printer issues? windows printer won't connect to the network printer? This is happen after installing a fresh os of window 10 integral 10-14-21 edition.
    • This commment is unpublished.
      Ramsey · 7 months ago
      @reggie I ran into a similar problem once, after a printer software update. I fixed it by simply reinstall the printer software.
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    Phineton · 8 months ago
    Hi can I use this to update my windows or I need a clean install to use this?
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    EZE · 8 months ago
    I know you will most likely start providing Win 11. Would it be possible to continue providing Win 10 updated distro till the expiration date (2025?) 
    • This commment is unpublished.
      Ramsey · 8 months ago
      @EZE The only point i see to keep Windows 10 is because of the 32-bit (x86) version.
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      Sachin Marathe · 8 months ago
      @Ramsey I recently 'upgraded' to windows 11 officially on my fairly modern HP computer with Ryzen 3 3200g processor and 8 GB of Ram. It cooked my Bios Chip after an update. Luckily for me the PC is under warranty yet and they had to replace the motherboard! 
      A clean install does not seem to be a problem though as i had done it earlier without any problem(Of course it was an older version of 11 so maybe the new one is a bomb)
      i think you ought to keep windows 10 going till they make 11 really stable. And there is the 32 bit version support as well. Cant thank you enough for your work👍
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      DanTMan64 · 8 months ago
      @Sachin Marathe If it wasn't stable why release it from Beta to Stable release, Release to manufacturing (RTM) & Release to the Web (RTW). 32-bit days are LONG gone 🙄 👍
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      Sachin Marathe · 8 months ago
      @DanTMan64 i dont know why they went to stable release but i know for sure it messed up my bios, which it should not be able to do technically. HP is clueless too so they just replaced my motherboard. i guess i made myself pretty clear. i would agree to 32 bit support not being essential these days since even the older computers support 64 bit.
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    babybearjs · 8 months ago
    Ramsey, how are you suppose to burn this onto a flash drive? I tried to use Rufus and it kept crashing... then I opend the ISO and selected "all" and tried to copy it directly on the flash drive only to run into "administator Privilge" and the copy failed... for some reason windows 10 seems to be protected from outside and even though I'm the administator, somethinmg, or someone has control from outside... any help here? this is where I want certain security protocols to be in place... this is one of the main reasons I hate having an "Online" world...
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    Agent47 · 8 months ago
    Can you please provide us with a download link of all the visual c/basic files?
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    lam · 8 months ago
    can't download
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    Stan the Man · 8 months ago
    Is anyone having issues with Windows Defender? I can't turn off Real-time protection on mine. After turning it off it just goes back on afterwards. :( Installed Windows 10 Pro.
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      Ramsey · 8 months ago
      @Stan the Man
      If you turn off the Real-time protection in the Windows settings then it gets re-enabled after a computer restart.
      Below is the registry key to permanently disable Windows Defender.

      Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

      [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Windows Defender]
      "DisableAntiSpyware"=dword:00000001
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      Stan the Man · 8 months ago
      @Ramsey Hello, late reply sorry.

      The issue I am facing is different I guess. If I try to turn it off for example it would just turn on immediately (after clicking yes on the admin prompt) so it's just permanently on. I tried using the registry key and it still doesn't work sadly. Decided to wait and do a fresh install with the new release and it's still having that error. Still, thanks for the release mate.

      I guess the only thing that I'm doing differently is that I use an offline account rather than using a Microsoft Account so I'll give the online account option a try later.
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      Ramsey · 8 months ago
      @Stan the Man Then you have installed a software that is messed with you computer settings.