Microsoft has released the latest build of Windows 10, its Windows 10 build 14971 and its released for the first ring inside channel only. Mean there is no official ISO for this Windows 10 build 14971. Microsoft has added lots of new features and upgradations with this build. One of the big features is EPUB support. EPUB is the next generation ebook read format. As you know Edge handles the PDF format but still it was unable to handle EPUB formats like the Firefox or Chrome. But now Edge browser will be able to open EPUB files.
Another change is the Win+X menu. Win+X is very useful to open many tools like command prompt etc. But Microsoft has removed the command prompt shortcut from Win+X menu and add PowerShell as Microsoft wants us to use PowerShell instead of Command Prompt.
Still, there is an option to revert it back from Setting >>Taskbar option. You need to do this
- Right-click on the Windows 10 taskbar and select Settings.
- Find “Replace Command Prompt with Windows PowerShell in the menu when I right-click the start button or press Windows key + X”.
So if you want to install Windows 10 build 14971 from fresh then you need the ISO. Here I am going to show you how to download Windows 10 build 14971 ISO.
Normally there is no Windows 10 build 14971 ISO as there is ESD file. Which you need to download and convert them into ESD file.
Download Windows 10 build 14971 ISO
- Download Windows 10 Build 14971 ESD file from here (For example, the file for Windows 10 build 14971 PRO x64 English is 14971.1000.161111-1700.rs_prerelease_CLIENTPRO_RET_x64fre_en-us_2cf644304b8d5687ef4540f088b0792567458722.esd)
- Download ESD to ISO decrypter
- Now unzip the decrypter and put the downloaded Windows ESD file inside the folder.
- Now right click the decrypt.cmd file and run it as administrator.
- Type 1 at the command prompt to build the full ISO image:
- It will take some time to convert the ESD to ISO file.
Once the process has done you can install Windows 10 from scratch by making bootable USB drive or burning on a DVD.
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