(08-13-2015, 11:26 AM)bc2015 Wrote:(08-12-2015, 10:38 PM)admin Wrote:(08-10-2015, 05:56 PM)bc2015 Wrote:(08-08-2015, 11:06 PM)admin Wrote: In this case (using Media Creation Tool), in fact it is a new installation, not an upgrade installation.
Thanks for the reply. So how exactly are you suppose to upgrade Windows 10 Technical Preview builds? Are you saying that you have to do a clean install every single build !? If so then it seems wintousb is useless for this. I don't think you can even get an ISO for every build.
Why are you still using the windows 10 Technical Preview? Windows 10 has been officially released, please install the official version of windows 10, then you can Get updates via Windows Update.
The problem is you can't update. Secondly Windows 10 Technical Preview continues despite retail release. New builds will be released soon. There must be a way to upgrade builds from wintousb install!?
You are right, we don't support it.
Upgrading Windows (7/8/10 technical preview/10 insider preview) To Go drive to Windows 10 To Go is a good idea and we will try our best to implement this feature.