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Windows 10 ISO Availability at Launch?


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Does anyone feel that the ISO will be available tomorrow? I definately want a ISO burned to a DVD so if I want to do a clean install on a machine, I don't have to do the "upgrade"....any comments?

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Probably not. The best option will probably be to take the full install and then when that's completed, perform a system reset. That should get you back to a clean install of Windows 10.

Another option AFTER you take the upgrade will be to create a recovery drive and then rebuild from that.

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I thought I saw somewhere that MS was going to make a ISO's available for x86 and x64 versions, so someone could do a cold boot from dvd and install clean on that hard disk? The full install will perform a system reset? I have recovery software (Acronis), but that won't let me do a clean install of the OS only after taking an image... I took an image today, and am going to try the "upgrade" option when released, eliminating many many hours of battling reinstall of everything and wrestling with registration / serial #'s and stuff. But I sure hope I find an ISO for x64 somewhere.

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