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  Reply # 1354027 29-Jul-2015 07:02
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Hmmm, just turned my laptop on and the folder was created at 6.55am. So seven minutes ago. ~55MB so far. But if someone is saying midnight USA time for the release, is that EST, CST, MST, PST?

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  Reply # 1354029 29-Jul-2015 07:03
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Mine has now gone to 3GB....




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  Reply # 1354035 29-Jul-2015 07:25
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so if my windows.bt folder seems to have finished downloading (6.66gb) i can just go ahead and run setup.exe?

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  Reply # 1354038 29-Jul-2015 07:28
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Counting down to 8am


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  Reply # 1354039 29-Jul-2015 07:28
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dpf81: so if my windows.bt folder seems to have finished downloading (6.66gb) i can just go ahead and run setup.exe?


Give it a try




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  Reply # 1354041 29-Jul-2015 07:35
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joshhill96:
dpf81: so if my windows.bt folder seems to have finished downloading (6.66gb) i can just go ahead and run setup.exe?


Give it a try


This is what I get when I click on the setup.exe


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  Reply # 1354046 29-Jul-2015 07:39
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rogercruse: Counting down to 8am



Where did that come from?

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  Reply # 1354047 29-Jul-2015 07:40
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StevieT:
rogercruse: Counting down to 8am



Where did that come from?


https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/windowsforbusiness/default.aspx




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  Reply # 1354048 29-Jul-2015 07:41
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rogercruse:
joshhill96:
dpf81: so if my windows.bt folder seems to have finished downloading (6.66gb) i can just go ahead and run setup.exe?


Give it a try


This is what I get when I click on the setup.exe



Perhaps all you need now is that installation file they have specified which I think after that you will get the notification to install Windows 10

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  Reply # 1354049 29-Jul-2015 07:42

Mine gives the same as above and only has 6.3GB or something... I'm interested where the countdown came from also

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  Reply # 1354050 29-Jul-2015 07:43
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joshhill96:
StevieT:
rogercruse: Counting down to 8am



Where did that come from?


https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/windowsforbusiness/default.aspx


Does that countdown apply to all versions of Windows 10, or just Windows 10 for Business?

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  Reply # 1354058 29-Jul-2015 08:00
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rogercruse:
joshhill96:
dpf81: so if my windows.bt folder seems to have finished downloading (6.66gb) i can just go ahead and run setup.exe?


Give it a try


This is what I get when I click on the setup.exe



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  Reply # 1354067 29-Jul-2015 08:04
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ESD Files if you want to make a ISO or USB install

https://www.reddit.com/r/Windows10/comments/3ee1gx/windows_10_10240_esd_download_here/




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  Reply # 1354114 29-Jul-2015 09:07
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It's 29th July and my PC still looks the same, nothing's changed.  I've run Windows update but there's not available updates either?

Has anybody got Windows 10 yet? 


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  Reply # 1354117 29-Jul-2015 09:12
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pleccy: It's 29th July and my PC still looks the same, nothing's changed.  I've run Windows update but there's not available updates either?

Has anybody got Windows 10 yet? 



Same here. I got the Windows 10 is reserved message in my update page. So far no background BT download folder. And manual download doesn't seem to go live before the release time in the U.S. 

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