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Manually install Windows 10 Anniversary update?

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2018/01/12 22:56:13 (permalink)
Does anyone know how to manually install the Anniversary update? I am pretty annoyed with the ram caching issue in the Creator's update and from my understanding the 1607 update does not have this issue. I tried finding the iso for it, but of course Microsoft is only allowing the download for the newest version (from what I have been able to find). I am tempted to just go back to 8.1, Microsoft is really screwing things up with Windows 10. 
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    Re: Manually install Windows 10 Anniversary update? 2018/01/12 22:59:01 (permalink)


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    Re: Manually install Windows 10 Anniversary update? 2018/01/12 23:01:53 (permalink)
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    http://windowsiso.net/win...ownload-build-14393-0/


    So, nowhere from Microsoft? 
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    Re: Manually install Windows 10 Anniversary update? 2018/01/12 23:15:19 (permalink)
    Not that I could find. No need to download it straight from microsoft when you can check the sha1 hash value of the .iso with hashcalc.
     
    Original microsoft 1607 .iso sha1 hash value = 99fd8082a609997ae97a514dca22becf20420891
     


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    Re: Manually install Windows 10 Anniversary update? 2018/01/14 12:43:23 (permalink)
    Actually, I think that I might just go back to Windows 8.1. I am getting tired of Microsoft forcing updates and breaking everything. I understand security updates, but when they force other updates it just becomes a big crap show as to what they are breaking next. Windows 10 is worse than Vista in my opinion, basically because of this issue. 
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