Windows 10 Threshold 2 November Update 1511 ISO Images now Available for Download 

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The major Fall Update for Windows 10, identified as version 1511 has been released yesterday, and we’ve already started seeing plenty of related bugs, crashes and various other problems.

If you have been waiting for the ISO files, as we were telling you a few days ago, then you should know that you can now download them. There are many out there who want to install a fresh clean version of the most recent Windows 10 from scratch, and for them Windows 10 build 10586 version 1511 has now been made available to download as a complete ISO file.

Download ISO for Windows 10 version 1511

You can also refer to this update as the first Service Pack (SP1) for Windows 10, but it’s highly unlikely for Microsoft to name it like that. And yes, before you ask,  this is the same Windows 10 build 10586 which was recently released to Windows Insiders group, so you were right to believe that was the Fall Update itself.

You need to know that ff you are already using Windows 10 Insider Preview build 10586, then you are already using this new update. But if you want to directly download full offline ISO files of Windows 10 build 10586/version 1511, then you need to follow this link and then choose whether you want the 32-bit or the 64-bit version.

The free Windows 10 Media Creation Tool tool released by Microsoft can also be used to download the ISO images of Windows 10 and create a bootable USB flash drive. Here’s a very easy to understand guide on that, so that I won’t have to say the same things myself once again.

Also, it’s important to know that if you have a genuine version of Windows 7 and Windows 8/8.1, you can enter its key during the clean install of Windows 10, as well, because the Windows 10 November Update 1511 accepts keys from the previous versions of Windows.

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