Last week, Windows 10 build 10240 was released. Build was released as RTM, with many reservations through the Windows Insiders program on Fast and Slow ring at the same time.
The foregoing concerns concern whether the term RTM applies after the new Windows as a Service distribution function.
One week after and while a few days left for the official release of Windows 10, the famous Russian leaker WZor leaked in addition to the release notes that did not exist and all the official OEM ISO.
Leaked release notes are a 17 page document that includes: what's new, bug fixes, known issues, and more.
All ISO leaks were made via Twitter, while release notes posted on the WZor page.
The Russian claims that the files are the original ISO that Microsoft provided to OEMs (manufacturers).
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