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  1. this tool has been re-posted by Microsoft recently 5/21 AND with the updated products.xml file that can download & create the 1903 ISOs which are build 18362.30
  2. Microsoft has just posted the 1903 ISOs on the Windows 10 downloads page as of Tuesday May 21, which have build 18362.30. However v8.12 & v8.13 of the Windows ISO Downloader tool list 1903 as the "Windows 10 April 2019 Update" which is not correct. I'll wait for v8.14 or higher, which should have the proper description of 1903 as the "Windows 10 May 2019 Update" like the one mentioned recently on the Win10 download page
  3. for XP no for Vista, yes (my brother & I bought a Dell Inspiron e1405 laptop for my mom back in mid-2007 which did come with a Dell OEM DVD disc of Vista Home Basic 32bit edition); if you mean provided by a "download" then probably not
  4. also some Win7 users prefer obtaining the smaller "security-only" updates on their own and not the big security monthly rollups edit: I also have to point out that the Aug 2018 Win7 ISO downloads do not contain ei.cfg as the Aug 2018 Win7 ISO images are standalone editions that do not contain other editions
  5. 1903 ISOs have been recently released to MSDN subscribers TH April 18 https://www.neowin.net/news/the-windows-10-may-2019-update-is-now-available-on-msdn don't know if Windows ISO Downloader tool can obtain these from MSDN as someone recently asked in another forum 1903 MCT pulled until late May public release
  6. about these "leaked" Win7 ISO images Jan: I've downloaded them thru a cable internet connection weeks ago and these ISOs also include .NET Framework 4.7.2 and Internet Explorer 11 (and their corresponding patches for Aug. 2018). the win7 "telemetry" updates (like KB2952664) can be uninstalled after installing Win7 with these leaked ISOs as the "uninstall" option for many of these telemetry patches is available in the "Installed Updates" list in the Programs and Features control panel app.
  7. and fixed by downloading the newly released 8.08 version. delete and dump the 8.07 version immediately & use v8.08
  8. hi Jan. the v8.08 version works great. I can download any Win10 ISO again unlike the previous & buggy v8.07 version which could not download any win10 iso but can download win7 or 8.1 isos
  9. where can v8.06 be downloaded? Heidoc.net site offers latest version only (v8.07)
  10. Microsoft has re-released the 1809 ISO downloads today November 13th but v7.11 of the Windows ISO downloader tool is downloading the "original" 1809 ISO downloads with build 17763.1 instead of the "re-released" versions with build 17763.107. And the revised ISO 1809 downloads have new names
  11. the original 1809 downloads are still available with the latest Windows ISO Downloader tool but now has a Warning message next to it because Microsoft found numerous problems with the 1809 release (seems like MS really rushed this version) and has temporarily halted offering them on their web site
  12. It looks like Microsoft will be retiring their Hotfix Service, meaning no more getting individual hotfixes for Windows. Details mentioned in these recent articles: https://www.ghacks.net/2018/11/05/microsofts-hotfix-service-is-no-longer-available/ https://borncity.com/win/2018/11/06/is-microsoft-killing-fixit-solution-and-hotfix-download-service/ https://news.softpedia.com/news/microsoft-might-have-killed-off-windows-hotfixes-523605.shtml
  13. nearly all Win7 downloads with v6.00 & higher of the Windows ISO downloader tool are working recently
  14. Here's the real Windows 10 Spring 2018 download option - posted April 30, 10am Pacific Daylight time (using IE, not the Windows ISO downloader tool which needs updating to show the "proper" name of the recent Win10 update):
  15. no either. installing Win7 on UEFI systems is tricky. read this MS blog on how to do this: https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/askcore/2011/05/31/installing-windows-7-on-uefi-based-computer/
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