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Latest Win10 Build Removed (1511)

Some reporting it trashed the OS on some computers. Others who pay by the GB on downloads just spent on 3 GB of data that they can't use or may mess up their systems.

Without explanation, Microsoft has removed the just-released November update (version 1511) from the download page it offers to the general public. The media creation tool now downloads the initial release of Windows 10 instead.,,,This weekend, however, the new files have been pulled and the media creation tool available for download from that page instead installs the July 2015 (build 10240) release.....capability to do a clean install using a Windows 7 or Windows 8.x product key is now unavailable to the general public...

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My machine that is used for the Insider builds

installed 1511 last night.

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working OK?

Seems it was hit and miss.

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