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Download: Windows 10 Technical Preview for Enterprise build 9879 ISO

Download: Windows 10 Technical Preview for Enterprise build 9879

Earlier today, Microsoft released build 9879 of Windows 10 Technical Preview for those of you who are involved in the Windows Insider Program. This new build comes with several new improvements, which you can read about here and here.

On top of that, Microsoft promised to release the ISO of build 9879 for those of you who wish to install Windows 10 from that route. The ISO files are now available for download, in both x86 and x64 flavor. Head over to the download link below to snag the ISOs (you will be required to sign-in). Keep in mind that this is pre-release software. Here is what Microsoft has to say about the ISO files:

“Windows 10 Technical Preview for Enterprise is prerelease software that may be substantially modified before it’s commercially released. It is designed for IT professionals interested in trying out the next version of Windows on behalf of their organizations. Microsoft makes no warranties, express or implied, with respect to the information provided here. Some product features and functionality may require additional hardware or software. We do not recommend that you install this preview if you are not an IT professional or not professionally managing corporate PCs or devices. We also do not recommend that you install this preview on your primary home or business PC.”

Here are the installation instructions:

  • Plan ahead. Back up your files and settings before installing this preview. 
  • While Windows 10 Technical Preview for Enterprise is only available in English, Chinese, and Brazilian Portuguese, the English version can be installed in all markets where Windows is available. 
  • Upon installation, Windows will prompt you to activate. A product key is not required for this software. For recovery scenarios, the following key may be used: PBHCJ-Q2NYD-2PX34-T2TD6-233PK
  • In order to use Windows 10 Technical Preview for Enterprise, you must sign in to your PC with a Microsoft account. The option to create a local account will be made available at the time of the final release. 
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