Download ISO files for Windows 10 Preview build 14332 now
Relatively short after releasing build 14332 to Windows 10 Preview users on the Fast ring, Microsoft made ISO files of this build available for download on its official website. Insiders who want to install the build on their own, instead of downloading it from Windows Update, can do so by simply mounting the ISO image to a flash drive or a CD.
Releasing the ISO of build 14332 means that it is also available to Insiders on the Slow Ring. As we said, Microsoft released the build to the Slow Ring relatively quick, as the company usually release the new build for the Fast Ring, before it makes ISO files available, which isn’t the case now. Build 14332 is the first build since build 14295 in March thatÂ has ISO files avaialble for download.
The build is available to download in various languages, including: Arabic,Â Brazilian Portuguese,Â Chinese Simplified,Â Chinese Traditional,Â Czech,Â Dutch,Â English,Â English (United Kingdom),Â Finnish,Â French,Â French Canadian,Â German,Â Italian,Â Japanese,Â Korean,Â Polish,Â Russian,Â Spanish,Â Spanish (Mexico),Â Swedish,Â Thai, andÂ Turkish.
Windows 10 Preview build 14332 didn’t brought many major improvements and new features, like the previous release (14316) did. The current build focused on collecting more feedback from users and fixing some known issues, but it also brought some problems of its own. Microsoft also released the newÂ Windows 10 Anniversary Update SDK for build 14332 a few days ago.
You can download ISO files of Windows 10 Preview build 14332 from Microsoft’s official website, but keep in mind that, as the company says,Â you will need to install the Windows 10 Insider Preview build on a device that has been previously activated with Windows 10 or with a Windows 10 product key.
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