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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)
MD5 (Hash): 93382a21b46371ed
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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.
    DanTMan64 · 8 months ago
    Ramsey I can't wait for you IE / BE of Win11, also thanks for the Office 2021 edtition my E-mail (on Outlook) looks much darker and better. Thanks mate 🙏👍
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    nocarrier · 8 months ago
    Has anyone successfully installed this on Parallels? The Windows XP version installs just fine, but this version gives me errors, saying Windows could not create partition on disk 0 error 0x80042565.
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      infuscomus · 8 months ago
      @nocarrier not sure, corrupted download maybe?
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      hi-people · 8 months ago
      @nocarrier hey did you pirate parallels because i don't see any reason why anyone would use parallels when there are foss options available like virualbox, etc
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      nocarrier · 8 months ago
      @infuscomus No, I downloaded it again to make sure. The problem arises when Parallel's says there are multiple versions to install, which do you want? And it gives me a dropdown box with two blank options. I think it has to do with the ei.cfg. I tried to edit it, but I can't repack the directory properly to get it to run after I make my changes. On a Mac (Intel), you need to use disk utility to compress a folder to a CDR, then you run a utility on the command line "hdiutil makehybrid -iso -joliet -o -FILENAME.iso FILENAME.cdr" I got my iso, but it was garbage and didn't work.
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      Ramsey · 8 months ago
      @nocarrier
      Wait what, you have now problems with Windows XP and Windows 10 on Parallel?
      I think it's time to move to VirtualBox.
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      nocarrier · 8 months ago
      @Ramsey No. I said the XP version was just fine, zero issues.
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    layth · 8 months ago
    Thanks ♥
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    infuscumus · 8 months ago
    Windows 11 ISO available for download now - 5.1GB

    It seems that the TPM and secure boot is not strictly enforced and the files needed to boot in legacy CSM mode are all still there.
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      The Fugitive · 8 months ago
      @infuscumus Very good news. Thanks for posting!
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      Ramsey · 8 months ago
      @infuscumus Looks like the TPM/SecureBoot is only checked if you do an upgrade.
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      infuscomus · 8 months ago
      @Ramsey
      I forgot to clarify, you still need to use the already known about registry hacks to install.
      But other than that Microsoft did not put any additional roadblocks in place for the RTM release to stop you from installing.
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    babybearjs · 9 months ago
    Ramsey, for some reason this ISO is too large. it will not fit on a regular DVD. looks like you're going to need to trim it down. it has to be able to fit on a DVD-R disc.... right now its showing the the file size is 4.8GB instead of the 4.7 that is the max for a DVD.... 
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      Ramsey · 9 months ago
      @babybearjs
      This will not work without removing some Windows 10 Editions from the ISO file.
      And the ISO file size in Windows is also displayed in Gibibytes (GIB / binary) and a DVD disc size is calculated in Gigabytes (GB / decimal). So a 4.7GB (decimal) DVD is 4.37GIB (binary) of storage in Windows.
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      infuscomus · 9 months ago
      @babybearjs
      most people nowadays would flash the ISO to a USB with a tool like etcher.

      personally I use a zalman ve-500 to store bootable ISOs on an SSD and use the inbuilt controls to select and boot them.
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      babybearjs · 9 months ago
      @Ramsey well, you try to burn it onto a DVD and see what happens. you just might have to drop some of you add-ons...
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      infuscomus · 9 months ago
      @babybearjs just put it on a USB that'll solve your problem.
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      guy · 8 months ago
      @Ramsey how did you even make such a big iso file?? i.e. which software/technique did you use??
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    Dalibor · 9 months ago
    Thanks for updated version 😀
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    Jooz · 9 months ago
    Shoot, after installing I realize it's Enterprise, not 10 Pro. This is so not what I wanted. Apparently it is possible to downgrade to 10 Pro. Can someone please describe the process? The info I found online instructs you to use a proper 10 Pro key, which I obviously don't have nor would I ever buy. I hate the interface. For one it doesn't have Sleep in the power options (tried several fixes, none worked). Pretty sure I had 10 Pro selected when I did the install. Sure hope I won't have to do another fresh install. Already spent so much time setting everything up. On a side note: why in the world does M$ see the need to have 16 versions of the same thing??
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      The Fugitive · 9 months ago
      @Jooz Simply use one of this Keys after you activate your Windows 10 with the KMS Activator.
      Windows 10 Pro > W269N-WFGWX-YVC9B-4J6C9-T83GX
      Windows 10 Pro Workstations > NRG8B-VKK3Q-CXVCJ-9G2XF-6Q84J
      Windows 10 Pro Education > 6TP4R-GNPTD-KYYHQ-7B7DP-J447Y
      Windows 10 Education > NW6C2-QMPVW-D7KKK-3GKT6-VCFB2
      Windows 10 Enterprise > NPPR9-FWDCX-D2C8J-H872K-2YT43
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      Jooz · 9 months ago
      @Jooz Hah, the problem with the missing Sleep option was due to a BIOS setting. It's all good now. I was also able to revert to 10 Pro. I suspect the reason why it went to Enterprise in the first place may have been due to a serial from the Activator I used. I couldn't find a match after a few tries so it may have tried one for Enterprise. But all good now, this superb installer is flawless. Aside from self-inflicted damages caused by user error, that is. Thanks all.
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    CrossPope16 · 9 months ago
    Oh god I am so F***ING HAPPY that Ramsey is still alive and kickin and giving us WinXP and Win10 builds that are fast and practical, all the way since 2015...
    I would marry you if I could lol
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    joe · 10 months ago
    1st time installing windows 10 IE  on My HP laptop, but the menu for choosing Windows: HOME, PRO,  IE never appeared. Therefore final results windows 10 home version. This never happen to me on my desktop pc . Must be HP laptop for some odd reason
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      infuscomus · 9 months ago
      @joe sometimes laptop BIOSs can have windows license keys embedded in them.
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      Alex · 9 months ago
      @joe
      Your HP laptop may have a windows license keys built into the bios. You will need to modify .\source\ei.cfg from this
      [Edition]                                    [Edition]

      [Channel]          to this             [Channel]
      OEM                                          RETAIL

      [VL]                                            [VL]
      0                                                 0
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    lumpitor · 10 months ago
    Hello :)

    Are in Windows10 IE any font/s changes?
    One special simple app that I use for work does not show norml fonts, Looks like as there is wrong resolution swtting.
    It happens only on computers, where I installed Windows 10 Multilang Integral edition...
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      Ramsey · 10 months ago
      @lumpitor
      No fonts have been changed in Win10-IE.
      You could try to install the Windows 10 en-US and afterwords installed the Language you want manually over the Windows 10 Language settings menu.