Unofficial Windows 10 Build 10537 x64 ISO Leaked for Download

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A new Windows Insider Preview build is leaked by the famous unofficial leaker, WZor. The new Windows 10 Build 10537 includes new features such as new improved icons especially those in Device Manager, opening/closing animations to the Windows Store apps, improved background color for new context menus, Start Menu optimizations, ability to hide local IP address over WebRTC connection to the Edge browser, and more.

Other than new features and enhancements, the build mainly contains bug fixes to improve the reliability and performance of Windows 10. In addition, there is the new requirement for any DLL files loaded by Microsoft Edge to be Microsoft-signed or WHQL-signed, which will block any unsigned or third-party signed binaries for loading in Edge on production machines.

The complete build string for Windows 10 Build 10537 is 10537.0.150829-0745, which means it was compiled almost 2 weeks ago. It’s part of continue development of Windows 10 that will lead to TH2 (Threshold 2) milestone.

As it’s unofficial leak, use it at your own risk. You can easily find the download of Windows 10 Build 10547 ISO by searching for release name “MICROSOFT.WINDOWS.10.CLIENTPRO-CORE.TH2.10537.X64.OEMRET.ENGLISH.DVD”, which will download 10537.0.150829-0745.TH2_RELEASE_CLIENTPRO-CORE_OEMRET_X64FRE_EN-US.ISO ISO image.

In addition to Windows 10 client OS, the server OS, Windows Server 2016 Technical Preview 3, which Microsoft shared with partners, was also leaked. Here’s the leak information:

MICROSOFT.WINDOWS.SERVER.2016.TP3.10537.X64.OEMRET.ENGLISH.DVD-WZT
BUILD: 10537.0.150829-0745
FILE: 10537.0.150829-0745.TH2_RELEASE_SERVER_OEMRET_X64FRE_EN-US.ISO
SIZE: 4,822,788,096 byte
SHA-1: 2C99E1DD1E533F01D12C4C2E6EB7ED3FCA7B4075
MD5: B2B05CDD0CACCB6E7D1B5731A0739DAD
CRC: CB73ABCA

Update: Windows 10 Build 10547

By |2016-12-09T08:38:34+00:00December 9th, 2016|Categories: Windows|Tags: |0 Comments

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