Microsoft last week released the new Windows 10 build 9926 for members of the Windows Insiders program as an in-place upgrade. The company also made an ISO image of it available so you can do a clean install of on a test computer or virtual machine.
The ISO image is available in over 20 languages and is free to download. The 64-bit file is close to 4 GB (3.92) and the 32-bit version is just over 3GB (3.01).
With the ISO image you can burn a DVD or create a bootable flash drive to install it on a physical machine. My favorite tool for creating a Windows 10 bootable flash drive is a free utility called Rufus, which you can read how to do here.
Note that you will need to enter the following product key which Microsoft supplies on its site it’s not a secret key by any means.
While this build is pretty stable, much more stable than the leaked build 9901, remember this is still the Technical Preview and you don’t want to install this on your main computer that you use to get things done. Install it on a secondary laptop or PC or on a Virtual Machine.
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