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

(#) 2020.9.9 Changes:

* Added the latest Windows 10 20H1-2004 Updates from 12.8(August).2020 till 8.9(September).2020: KB4571756 (Replaces KB4566782) | KB4574728 (Replaces KB4566781) | KB4576478 (Replaces KB4569745) | KB4577266 (Replaces KB4570334) | KB4579305.
* Updated Mozilla Microsoft Edge (Chromium) from "v84.0.522.59" to "v85.0.564.44".
* Updated Security intelligence updates for Windows Defender Antivirus (KB2267602) from "v1.321.1256.0" to "v1.323.821.0".
* Updated Windows Defender Antivirus antimalware platform (KB4052623) from "v4.18.2007.8" to "v4.18.2008.9".
* Updated Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool (KB890830) from "v5.82.17046.2" to "v5.83.17439.1".
* Updated Microsoft Visual C++ 2015-2019 Redistributable from "v14.28.29115.0" to "v14.28.29213.0".
* Updated Mozilla Firefox from "v79.0.0" to "v80.0.1".
* Updated PotPlayer from "v1.7.21280.0" to "v1.7.21289.0".


ReadMe File:

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

(#) Windows 10 Updates:

* All the Windows 10 20H1-2004 Updates are included until 8.9(September).2020:
1. KB890830 - Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool, version 5.83.17439.1.
2. KB2267602 - Security intelligence updates for Windows Defender Antivirus, version 1.323.821.0.
3. KB4052623 - Update for Windows Defender Antivirus antimalware platform, version 4.18.2008.9.
4. KB4559309 - Microsoft Edge (Chromium) v85.0.564.44 for Windows 10, version 2004.
5. KB4561600 - Security update for Adobe Flash Player for Windows 10, version 2004.
6. KB4571756 - Cumulative Update for Windows 10, version 2004 (OS build 19041.508).
7. KB4574728 - Compatibility update for installing and recovering Windows 10, version 2004 (Dynamic Update - Setup).
8. KB4576478 - Cumulative Update for .NET Framework 3.5 and 4.8 for Windows 10, version 2004.
9. KB4577266 - Servicing stack update for Windows 10, version 2004.
10. KB4579305 - Compatibility update for installing Windows 10, version 2004 (Dynamic Update - SafeOS).

(#) Windows 10 Runtime Libraries:

* 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 2015-2019 v14.28.29213.0.
* 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 KB2911777, KB2992332).

(#) Pre-Configured Windows 10 Settings:

* .NET Framework 3.5 = Installed.
* OneDrive Auto Install = Disabled.
* Windows welcome experience = Disabled.
* Telemetry = Disabled.
* Show Hidden Items = On.
* Show all File Extensions = On.
* Browser Search Provider = Google.
* Task Manager View = Detailed.
* File Progress Dialog = Detailed.
* Combine Taskbar Buttons = Never.
* Windows Theme Color = Storm.
* Windows Theme Accent Color = On.
* Default Browser = Firefox.
* Default Media Player = PotPlayer.
* Default File Archiver = 7-Zip.

(#) Additional Applications:

* Microsoft Office 2019 Professional Plus (Online Installer v1.1.3).
* 7-Zip v19.00 (With a few Pre-Configured Settings).
* Mozilla Firefox v80.0.1 (With a few Pre-Configured Settings).
* PotPlayer v1.7.21289.0 (With a few Pre-Configured Settings).
* ImDisk Toolkit v2020.7.27.
* HashCheck v2.4.1.58-alpha.

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

* Includes 15 Editions of Windows 10 ("Enterprise" has the most Features):
Windows 10 Home Single Language
Windows 10 Home
Windows 10 Pro
Windows 10 Pro Education
Windows 10 Education
Windows 10 Pro for Workstations
Windows 10 Enterprise (Has the most Windows 10 Features)
Windows 10 Enterprise for Virtual Desktops
Windows 10 IoT Enterprise
Windows 10 Home N
Windows 10 Pro N
Windows 10 Pro for Workstations N
Windows 10 Pro Education N
Windows 10 Education N
Windows 10 Enterprise N
http://wikipedia.org/wiki/Windows_10_editions
* All the Windows 10 Language Packs can be downloaded directly from the Windows 10 Language Settings Menu.
* Based on the latest Microsoft Windows 10 20H1-2004 UUP (Unified Update Platform) files.
* This Windows 10 was never in AuditMode and was compiled with DISM (Deployment Image Servicing and Management).
* All the included extras can be modified or removed in the ISO\Disc folder "..\sources\$OEM$".
* A Windows 10 Activator has not been integrated, but a Text file is placed on the Desktop with a direct download link to a working Activator.
* System Requirements are (Minimum|Recommended): 1|3 GigaHertz x64 Processor, 2|4 GigaBytes of RAM, DirectX 9 Graphics card, 20|40 GigaByte Hard Disk space.
* System Requirements are (Minimum|Recommended): 1|3 GigaHertz x84 Processor, 1|2 GigaBytes of RAM, DirectX 9 Graphics card, 16|32 GigaByte Hard Disk space.
* How to do a fresh Windows 10 installation:
1. Burn the Windows 10 ISO on a DVD by using a Brun program like CDBurnerXP (http://cdburnerxp.se) or use Rufus (http://rufus.ie) to put the ISO on to a USB Flash Drive.
2. Do a BACKUP of your important files on a separate Drive.
3. To avoid accidentally creating a Windows 10 Online Account, disconnect your Computer from the Internet before installing.
4. At the Windows 10 Setup menu select "Custom: Install Windows only (advanced)".
5. Delete all the old Windows Partitions and then click install.

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Language: English
Author: Ramsey
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Author: Ramsey
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  • This commment is unpublished.
    infuscomus · 10 days ago
    I noticed that windows 10 integral edition by default doesn't have icon grouping in the taskbar - am I the odd one out for preferring icon grouping?
    • This commment is unpublished.
      Ramsey · 10 days ago
      I never could get use to not seeing all the open program 'windows' on my Taskbar.
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    Miso · 10 days ago
    @Ramsey , I'm stuck on product key activation!, all keys won't work, even ei.cfg I tried all type of editions, channels and VL .. nothing work !! there is no skip button nor later buttons, just the NEXT button !!
    • This commment is unpublished.
      infuscomus · 10 days ago
      I wasn't prompted for a key but I noticed there is no "I don't have a product key" link with this version compared to the original which has the option.
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      Ramsey · 10 days ago
      I never run into a scenario where you are forced to enter a Key at a Windows 10 installation.
      If you have already a Windows 10 installed then try to install the Activator and then change the Key to the Edition you want to use and then try to reinstall.
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        Miso · 9 days ago
        yes true, me too never ran into something like this, which make me confused then after a lot of efforts I found out a forgotten dvd-disk inside dvd player and unfortunately it contains windows 8 , which was booting instead of my ISO, my bad & thanks for your time.
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    turbofan_utopia · 10 days ago
    Hey, Ramsey, the info above says "included extras can be modified or removed in the ISO\Disc folder "..\sources\$OEM$".

    I see the executables in ..\sources\$OEM$\$$\Setup\Files but I'm not sure what else might need to be removed or modified*, or how to do so in the first place. How do I edit the .img file directly, to add & remove stuff?

    * For example, if I remove the Microsoft Edge executable, would I also need to remove the ..\sources\$OEM$\$$\PolicyDefinitions directory, which seems to contain files pertinent to Edge?

    Thanks for making these images available. I'd love to learn how to use the tools you use so I can make my own custom Windows images.
    • This commment is unpublished.
      Ramsey · 10 days ago
      Simply edit the file "SetupComplete.cmd" in the ".\$OEM$\$$\Setup\Scripts" folder with a text editor.
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        turbofan_utopia · 10 days ago
        Ah, thanks. How do I do this? The contents of the .img file seem to be read-only, and I get access denied when trying to remove the read-only attribute.
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          Ramsey · 9 days ago
          You need to use an ISO Editor to apply changes to an ISO file.
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    Sachin.Marathe · 13 days ago
    Registered simply to thank this post. Simply Awesome! Due to this is have been able to achieve what i have dreamt for so many years.
    I have created my own installation media which now includes all software i need. So it takes merely an hour and a half now to start from scratch and have a ready to use squeaking clean install. And i need to put in only 30 minutes of my time in the process, 3-5 in the beginning and 25-27 towards the end
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    Greg22 · 14 days ago
    Is there a simple way to change default language in this iso x64 ?
    Instead of English, I would like Slovenian. SLO-SI.
    Shorti instructians (steb by step) if possible.

    I'm not total noob

    (it takes a lot of time to download and change language after install. There are lots of ("deep" system) settings after switching language and often there are mixed languages after switching... user interface is mostly in desired language, but some settings stay in english...)
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      Ramsey · 13 days ago
      Their is now simple way to do that. That's why Microsoft added the an option to download the language pack automatically. And if you setup your Region Settings correctly then you should not have any problem.
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    nileshnks · 16 days ago
    @Ramsey - Thank you for all your Win10 Releases !! they are awesome Ramsey, Appreciate the hard work buddy. .

    By the way Ramsey your Debloting of win 10 is awesome and safe as well. Leaves us the option to dynamically choose to enable and disable services when needed. But i was wondering if you have had a look at the Win 10 Ameliorated Edition currently based on 1903. I installed that on one test system, and was super thrilled to know the possibilities of REMOVAL of modules from the setup itself.
    It somehow opens possibilities to either Enable Disable or completely Remove a service, including windows Update. which is totally new.. well at least for me.

    What would be your views Ramsey?
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      Ramsey · 16 days ago
      It's better to not use a Frankenstein Operating Systems. You only will run into problems in the future. Better to use Ubuntu (Linux) if you want to move away form the NSA Operating Systems.
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      Rei · 15 days ago
      I take it you watched Linus Tech Tips' YouTube video if you knew of that edition. That edition is a terrible build to use. While some bloats were removed, some good or useful ones such as DirectX 12 were disabled as a result. Networking is also wonky there & the build itself seems to be buggier than the vanilla 1903 build. Those & the fact that it is quite an outdated version is why it won't go nowhere near my computer. AE seems to be a pain to maintain & less user-friendly too.
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    Dalibor · 18 days ago
    👍 Thanks again !
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    DarkKnight · 1 months ago
    THX U !!!!!!!
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    Dalibor · 1 months ago
    Thanx !
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    ram k · 1 months ago
    Hii Ramsey, thank you for your hardwork/New version
    I have 2 Questions(both are separate) 2ndQ is important
    1Q)
    I have downloaded&installed win10 pro-May update from MSDN a month before and installed latest updates I have TRIED My best To disable "Sending information to Microsoft(some settings)" from User Interface
    so now which is Time SAVING
    TO
    Search (ddg/google) and disable ALL the TELEMETRY/ms apps(i am good at Forum posts reading and doing)
    (ORR)
    Should i just Format that (Z: Drive separate partion for win10) and INSTALL Again this Integral Edit
    so i dont have to bother about disabling telemetry & removing bloatware


    2Q)
    Impotatnt
    I have win 7(C: Drive partion) and Win 10(Z: Drive partion) ON the Same Laptop HDD Differant partions after i have installed and Activated using a tool (windows activator) used win 10 for 2 hours

    And when i again rebooted to win7 i lost my WIN 7 Licence activation even though it is OEM activated
    again i had reactivate my win 7

    so i don't understand why i lost win7 activation (ofcourse i know DUAL booting 7&10)
    i am hoping you know something(any solution not to lose win7 activation)

    win7( i like) and win 10(for work)....
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      Ramsey · 1 months ago
      1. The Windows 10 Enterprise SKUs (editions) have an build-in Group Policy (setting) to disable the Telemetry. This setting is also already implemented in all the Win10-IE versions.

      2. Because the boot-loader has changed you had to activate you Windows 7 again.