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Microsoft Makes Windows 10 Build 16251 ISO Files Available

Yesterday was a busy day for Microsoft Windows 10 releases. The company sent out Patch Tuesday cumulative updates, Windows 10 16257 SDK, and an update for Windows Server. Additionally, Microsoft sent out build 16251 in ISO form.

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sends out ISO image files for users who want to access the files like a regular optical disc. While normal users are still on the ISO image for the Creators Update (1703), but those on the Inside get access to preview builds.

In this case, Windows 10 preview 16251 is a build that dropped last month. As we reported at the time, the build comes with important additions. Chief among them is support for Windows 10.

Users can now link an Android smartphone to a Windows PC. At the moment, the integration is limited to web browsing across Android and PC.

Microsoft explains how this feature will work on Windows 10. Users can head to Settings > Phone to link the device. An SMS will be sent to the smartphone to install and application called Microsoft Apps.

Sharing a website from phone to PC is as easy as hitting the share button and choosing “Continue to PC”. Not unexpectedly, Microsoft says users must have a Microsoft Account on PC and Android.

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Other new features in Windows 10 preview build 16251 include Cortana and Edge improvements.

Downloading the ISO image is the quickest way to clean install build 16251. The release is available through the Windows Insider website and is available across Windows versions:

  • Windows 10 Insider Preview – Build 16251
  • Windows 10 Insider Preview Enterprise – Build 16251
  • Win 10 Insider Preview – Build 16251
  • Windows 10 Insider Preview Home Single Language – Build 16251
  • Windows 10 Insider Preview Home
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Luke has been writing about all things tech for more than five years. He is following Microsoft closely to bring you the latest news about Windows, Office, Azure, Skype, HoloLens and all the rest of their products.

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