Windows 10 Redstone 14328 ISOs

function ParsingData(url)
{
var img = “”, x32url, x64url, edition, btn1, btn2;

document.getElementById(‘imageList’).innerHTML = “”;

var req = new XMLHttpRequest();
var json;
req.onreadystatechange = function() {
if (req.readyState == 4 && req.status == 200) {
json = JSON.parse(req.responseText);

for(i = 0; i < json.Main.length; i++)
{
if(json.Main[i].lang == lang_onchange())
{
for(j = 0; j < json.Main[i].isos.length; j++)
{
edition = json.Main[i].isos[j].edition;
if(!json.Main[i].isos[j].bit64)
btn1 = Controls(0, “”, “(64 – bit)”).outerHTML;
else
btn1 = Controls(1, json.Main[i].isos[j].bit64, “(64 – bit)”).outerHTML;

if(!json.Main[i].isos[j].bit32)
btn2 = Controls(0, “”, “(32 – bit)”).outerHTML;
else
btn2 = Controls(1, json.Main[i].isos[j].bit32, “(32 – bit)”).outerHTML;

img = “https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-0Xnygcs-Fyk/VtrDyZaf2PI/AAAAAAAAD7c/oZyvY52rA2A28CP8t_PVhxWybWDZEgymQCKgB/iso.png”;
var pre_html = “”
+ ”


+ ”


+ ”

Windows 10 ” + edition + “


+ ”

” + btn1 + btn2 + “

“;
document.getElementById(‘imageList’).innerHTML += pre_html;
}

if(document.getElementById(“esdCheck”).checked)
{
for(j = 0; j < json.Main[i].esd.length; j++)
{
console.log(json.Main[i].esd[j].edition + json.Main[i].esd[j].bit64);
edition = json.Main[i].esd[j].edition;
if(!json.Main[i].esd[j].bit64)
btn1 = Controls(0, “”, “(64 – bit)”).outerHTML;
else
btn1 = Controls(1, json.Main[i].esd[j].bit64, “(64 – bit)”).outerHTML;

if(!json.Main[i].esd[j].bit32)
btn2 = Controls(0, “”, “(32 – bit)”).outerHTML;
else
btn2 = Controls(1, json.Main[i].esd[j].bit32, “(32 – bit)”).outerHTML;

img = “https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-KEmV57Usoto/VtrDyZxT0QI/AAAAAAAAD7c/1drESMPtlZIvyr5g_gA21pnlp9IbohDJACKgB/esd.png”;
var pre_html = “”
+ ”


+ ”


+ ”

Windows 10 ” + edition + “


+ ”

” + btn1 + btn2 + “

“;
document.getElementById(‘imageList’).innerHTML += pre_html;
}
}

}

}
}
};
req.open(“GET”, url, true);
req.send();

}
function Controls(state, url, descr)
{
var btn = document.createElement(“a”);
btn.setAttribute(“class”, “btn waves-attach waves-effect”);
btn.setAttribute(“style”, “margin-top:20px; margin-right:5px”);
if(state)
btn.setAttribute(“onclick”, “window.open(‘” + url + “‘)”);
else
btn.setAttribute(“disabled”, “true”);

btn.innerText = “Download ” + descr;
return btn;
}
function HTMLGenerator(img, edition, urlx32, urlx64)
{
console.log(“HTML”);

}
function lang_onchange()
{
var lang = document.getElementById(“select_language”).value;
return lang;
}

Today Microsoft is rolling out a new build on Fast Ring for Insiders. The new build number is 14328 and came with a lot of new features and improvements, which can also means more bugs for now. The full build string isĀ 14328.1000.160418-1609.RS1, telling us it was compiled on 18th April, so it’s quite a fresh a build.
On the section below you can grab ISOs and compressed image files, with extensions *.esd. Note those are not official ISO’s, they weren’t released publicly from Microsoft. However, they are safe to use. Were compiled using the encrypted files that are downloaded through Windows Update. You will also find temporary links for those encrypted files on Microsoft servers.

You can see what’s new, what’s fixed and what is coming here, on Windows Blog.
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