For those of you with the appropriate MSDN subscriptions you can now grab the 1607 builds for Home, Pro, Enterprise and Education from subscriber downloads. Take a look at the image below to get an idea of what’s available.
The updated ADK for 1607 is available here. I always recommend to download it locally for installation just in case you need to install it on multiple PCs, especially if you have a slow internet connection. For those of you just getting started with Windows 10, here are some of the changes that the ADK introduced since Windows 8.1 was released. What’s new in the Windows ADK The Windows ADK now includes Windows Imaging and Configuration Designer, the Windows Assessment
As we are now on the final days before the Anniversary Update rolls out to non-Windows Insiders, it’s worth visiting, or even revisiting, some of the resources that cover what’s new and what’s changed. I’m going to start with one of the topics that has received a bit of attention, which are the changes to Group Policy and MDM settings for Pro versus Enterprise/Education, which started appearing with 1511, but are continuing to change. Group Policies that apply only to