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[---------- CHANGELOG ----------]

(#) 2023.9.14 Changes:

* Added the latest Windows 10 22H2 Updates from 9.8(August).2023 till 12.9(September).2023: KB5029919 (Replaces KB5028946) | KB5030211 (Replaces KB5029244).
* Updated Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool (KB890830-v5) from "v5.116.23080.1" to "v5.117.23090.1".
* Updated Microsoft Defender (KB2267602, KB4052623, KB5007651) from "v1.393.2613.0" to "v1.397.890.0".
* Updated Microsoft Edge (Chromium) from "v115.0.1901.200" to "v116.0.1938.81".
* Updated Microsoft Edge WebView2 Runtime from "v115.0.1901.200" to "v116.0.1938.81".
* Updated Mozilla Firefox from "v116.0.2" to "v117.0.1".
* Updated K-Lite Codec Pack Full from "v17.7.0" to "v17.8.0".

ReadMe File:

[---------- INCLUDES ----------]

(#) Windows 10 Updates:

* All Windows 10 22H2 Updates are included until 12.9(September).2023:
1. KB890830-v5 - Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool, version 5.117.23090.1.
2. KB2267602 - Microsoft Defender Update (KB4052623 & KB5007651), version 1.397.890.0.
3. KB4559309 - Microsoft Edge (Chromium) Update, version 116.0.1938.81.
4. KB5007401 - Critical .NET Framework 3.5 Dynamic Update.
5. KB5011048 - .NET Framework 4.8.1 Base, version 9186.1.
6. KB5015684 - Feature Update 22H2 Enablement Package, version 19041.1799.
7. KB5019180 - Security vulnerabilities exist in Memory Mapped I/O for some Intel processors.
8. KB5027389 - Safe OS Dynamic Update.
9. KB5028311 - Setup Dynamic Update.
10. KB5029919 - Cumulative Update for .NET Framework 3.5 and 4.8.1.
11. KB5030211 - Cumulative Update for Windows 10, OS build 19045.3448.

(#) Windows 10 Runtime Libraries:

* Microsoft Edge WebView2 v114.0.1823.79.
* DirectX End-User Runtime v9.29.1974 (June 2010).
* Visual C++ Redistributable 2002 v7.0.9975.0.
* Visual C++ Redistributable 2003 v7.10.6119.0.
* Visual C++ Redistributable 2005 SP1 v8.0.50727.6229.
* Visual C++ Redistributable 2008 SP1 v9.0.30729.7523.
* Visual C++ Redistributable 2010 SP1 v10.40219.473.
* Visual C++ Redistributable 2012 Update 5 v11.0.61135.400.
* Visual C++ Redistributable 2013 Update 5 v12.0.40664.0.
* Visual C++ Redistributable 2015-2022 v14.38.32919.0.
* Visual Basic Runtime v1.00.
* Visual Basic Runtime v2.0.9.8.
* Visual Basic Runtime v3.0.5.38.
* Visual Basic Runtime v4.0.29.24.
* Visual Basic Runtime v5.2.82.44.
* Visual Basic Runtime v6.1.98.39 (SP6 Update KB3096896).
* Visual Studio 2010 Tools for Office Runtime v10.0.60910.0.

(#) Pre-Configured Windows 10 Settings:

* .NET Framework 3.5 = Installed.
* OneDrive Auto Install = Disabled.
* Diagnostic Data Collection = Disabled.
* Show all File Extensions = On.
* Show hidden files, folders and drives = On.
* File Progress Dialog = Detailed.
* Combine Taskbar Buttons = Never.
* Windows Theme Color = Storm.
* Windows Theme Accent Color = On.
* Browser Media Auto-Play = Off.
* Default Browser = Firefox.
* Default Media Player = Media Player Classic.
* Default File Archiver = 7-Zip.

(#) Additional Applications:

* Microsoft Office 365 Professional Plus (Online Installer v3.2.0).
* 7-Zip v23.01 (With a few Preconfigured Settings).
* Mozilla Firefox v117.0.1 (With a few Preconfigured Settings).
* K-Lite Codec Pack Full v17.8.0 (With a few Preconfigured Settings).
* OpenHashTab v3.0.2/4.

[---------- INFORMATIONS ----------]

* Enterprise has the most Features.
  Windows 10 Home Single Language
  Windows 10 Home
  Windows 10 Home N
  Windows 10 Pro
  Windows 10 Pro N
  Windows 10 Pro Education
  Windows 10 Pro Education N
  Windows 10 Pro for Workstations
  Windows 10 Pro for Workstations N
  Windows 10 Education
  Windows 10 Education N
  Windows 10 Enterprise
  Windows 10 Enterprise N
  Windows 10 Enterprise multi-session / Virtual Desktops
  Windows 10 IoT Enterprise
  Windows 10 Team
* Description about the Windows 10 Editions: http://wikipedia.org/wiki/Windows_10_editions
* Description about Windows 10 N: https://support.microsoft.com/topic/media-feature-pack-for-windows-10-n-and-windows-10-kn-editions-229a1ad7-7a3f-87f7-9f0b-ff92fb96b3e4

(#) General:

* After the Installation update the Microsoft Apps at "START Menu -> Microsoft Store -> ... (top right corner) -> Downloads and updates -> Get updates".
* All the Windows 10 Language Packs can be downloaded directly from the Language Settings Menu at: "Settings -> Time & Language -> Language -> Add a language".
* This Windows 10 was not in Audit-Mode and was compiled with the Microsoft DISM tool and is based on the Windows 10 19041.1 en-US source.
* All the included extras can be modified or removed in the ISO\Disc folder ".\sources\$OEM$" (Removing the $OEM$ folder will also remove the update #1 and #4).
* To set you own pre-confurated borwser start page, simply edit the files "initial_preferences" and "firefox.cfg" with a text editor in the ISO\Disc folder ".\sources\$OEM$" or in the Hard Disk Drive folder "C:\Program Files" and "C:\Program Files (x86)".
* A Windows 10 Activator is not included, but a Text file is placed on the Desktop with a direct download link to a good working Activator.
* System Requirements (Minimum|Recommended): 1|3 GigaHertz Processor with 2|4 Cores, 2|8 GigaBytes of RAM, DirectX 9 Graphics card, 30|120 GigaByte of free Hard Disk storage.

(#) How to do a fresh Windows 10 installation:

1. Burn the Windows 10 ISO file on a DVD disc by using a Brun program like CDBurnerXP (http://cdburnerxp.se) or use Rufus (http://rufus.ie) to create a bootable USB Flash Drive with the Windows 10 ISO file.
2. Do a BACKUP of your important files on a separate Drive.
3. To avoid accidentally creating a Windows 10 Online Account or running into the Account bug (Other user), disconnect your Computer from the Internet before you install.
4. At the Windows 10 Setup menu select "Custom: Install Windows only (advanced)".
5. Delete all the old Windows Partitions and then click on install (Be very careful to select the correct hard disk drive).

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  • This commment is unpublished.
    Ron · 5 years ago
    Is the old reliable Daz activator been removed from downloadsdownloads section, always worked for me before. Can't get the new activator KMLS to work. Thanks.
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      Ramsey · 5 years ago
      @Ron The developer of DAZ has dropped his project. And the KMS is still beeing update/maintained by the developer.

      On which Windows do you use KMS? Try to open the "KMS_VL_ALL.cmd" with a text editor and change "set _Debug=0" to "set _Debug=1" and upload the log file.
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    Jacko · 5 years ago
    Probably a daft question, but always wondered why xp as a system is under 700mb, but Win10 is a few GB or more? Is it possible out of curiosity to strip Win10 to 700mb like xp integral without compromising anything?
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      Ramsey · 5 years ago
      @Jacko Whit every new Windows they add new functionalities and they also have to make it backward compatible to run old programs/games.
      And striping Windows 10 is possible but not to 700MB.
      It's also not a good idea to strip any Windows because, for example one program would require IE11 and a different program would require Edge.
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      Jacko · 5 years ago
      @Ramsey Thanks Ramsey for clarification. Makes me think that XP Integral with its just under 700mb size is rather unique! (clap)
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    LoneBrowncoat · 5 years ago
    Sorry Ramsey, I don't want any pre-loaded stuff, even from you. I have my eye on Enterprise LTSB to keep from being inundated with features I don't want. I'd rather tailor it to my own needs. As I use John Haller's PortableApps suite, it gives me a sort of second start menu in the taskbar. After NAND memory failed me, I installed it on one of my conventional 2.5 inch HDD and it actually serves me better this way, if I need to go portable, simple copy to a fresh USB stick, another OS installed, just create another shortcut.

    Here are my reasons:
    Here among others are scene sources:
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      Ramsey · 5 years ago
      @LoneBrowncoat LTSB is only an older branch of the normal Enterprise branch.
      You can simply uninstall or ignore the Apps you don't like.
      This spying in Windows 10 is more of a concern than a few pre-installed Apps that are also slowly replacing the old tools like the Photo viewer.
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      LoneBrowncoat · 5 years ago
      @LoneBrowncoat From Howtogeek

      "Windows 10 LTSB omits a lot of the new stuff in Windows 10. It doesn’t come with the Windows Store, Cortana, or Microsoft Edge browser. It also omits other Microsoft apps like Calendar, Camera, Clock, Mail, Money, Music, News, OneNote, Sports, and Weather."
      There are third party replacements for these, and I certainly don't need the latter five because I already have them via my browsers. What I need is the stability that LTSB provides.
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    jacko · 5 years ago
    Ramsey in your Win10 Integral do I still need to use Spybot Disable spying program or similar to stop Win10 spyware or did you tweak it? Thanks mate.
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      Ramsey · 5 years ago
      @jacko There are three Per-Conflagrated Telemetry registery settings set to disable the spaying ->

      ; Sets the Telemetry option to "Security" [Enterprise version only] (Privacy Setting).
      ; Sets the Feedback Frequency option to "Never" (Privacy Setting).
      ; Disables the Telemetry Services (Privacy Setting).
    • This commment is unpublished.
      Jacko · 5 years ago
      @Ramsey I misunderstand this Ramsey. Did you disable these settings or does the user himself do it? Thankyou. (y)
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    Whitemus · 5 years ago
    Amazing! Thank you!!
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      LoneBrowncoat · 5 years ago
      @Whitemus Whitemus, if you use it, please report back on it especially on the activator Ramsey points to.
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    Yammer · 5 years ago
    Oh look, a version of Win10 that might be worth using. I have had nothing but issues with Win10 everything is updates, it seems to reset things to some stupid defaults MS thinks are spiffy or something... no asshats I like setting up my system the way I like.

    Why I refuse to pay for Win10.
    • This commment is unpublished.
      LoneBrowncoat · 5 years ago
      @Yammer Yammer, same question I posed to Whitemus, if you please.
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      Yammer · 5 years ago
      @LoneBrowncoat My first try at installing won't start from usb, so I am re-downloading the ISO now, seems it somehow got corrupted? Weird owning I did it via BitTorrent, but I'll up once I can get to install.
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    Orange Peel · 5 years ago
    Would you ever work on a Windows 7 Integral Edition? I'm tempted to try this Windows 10 but there's so much bloatware and forced updates it's annoying.
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      Ramsey · 5 years ago
      @Orange Peel Windows 10 is the future and Windows 7 will reach the end of life support in 2020 only one year later than Windows XP. :D
      And i don't see any bloatware on my Win10 and updates can be turned of with the metered option. ;)
    • This commment is unpublished.
      Orange Peel · 5 years ago
      @Ramsey Thanks for fast reply! I havent' heard of metered option before, will check that out.
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    bobo · 5 years ago
    Is there a windows 10 enterprise ltsb option?
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      Ramsey · 5 years ago
      @bobo No because the LTSB is a always a few versions behind.
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    · 5 years ago
    A friend suggested to me maybe removing things from it like IE and the secondary built in microsoft browser too dont know if this is actually posible but I would figure there would have to be away to do it lol maybe removing the inbuilt antivirus too as it is quite resource hungry is my understanding lol
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    Yammer · 5 years ago
    I'd like to say Ramsey welcome back! And thank you for providing XPBE for all those years... I can't wait to see what you've done in this version.

    Linux is okay in many ways for older systems but honestly, sometimes I have trouble with it than Windows anything.

    A Win98SE for retro gaming would be awesome for an lappy I have, it installed but wouldn't boot. Maybe it's because of the gigs of installed ram? I guess I'll lower the ram and try again.
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      Ramsey · 5 years ago
      @Yammer You can use a Virtual Machine like VirtualBox to run any Operating System on your Desktop.
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      bobo · 5 years ago
      @Yammer look into win98se2me, maybe it can work for you.