A couple of days ago, Microsoft released Build 15025 for Insiders on the Fast Ring, though, there was a problem; we discussed the issue in detail in our original coverage. In short, Insiders who are still rolling with the 32-bit version of Windows were not able to upgrade to Build 15025 because Microsoft is somehow unable to deliver any updates to it.
Since Microsoft can’t deliver any updates, it also can’t fix the issue; the solution, therefore, is to upgrade via the ISO.
Additionally, an ISO also makes it easier to install the build on a virtual machine; the upgrade process can be quite tedious, while an ISO will be done installing in minutes.
Although Build 15025 doesn’t introduce many new features; it’s important nonetheless, as it’s the primary build for the second Bug Bash for Creators Update – we also covered that in detail.
— Windows Insider (@windowsinsider) February 3, 2017
As is always the case; the ISO possess the Home, Pro, Enterprise, Home Single Language, and Home China SKUs.
If you want – or perhaps, need, if you are running the 32-bit version of Windows – Build 15025, here’s the link for the download.
The Bug Bash
Finding and fixing all issues in the Creators Update before it hits the general populous is not an easy task – especially considering how many new features have tagged along this time around – but it is a task of the utmost importance.
As mentioned, you can read more about the Bug Bash here; hopefully, the Bug Bash will provide Microsoft with enough feedback to last until April. That’s when the Creators Update is expected to hit.