Microsoft published new Windows 10 Enterprise Creators Update ISO images -- Windows 10 version 1703-- for evaluation purposes.
The Windows 10 Creators Update version is already out for users who download and install it manually on their devices running earlier versions of Windows 10. Microsoft will make it available to the masses -- those who rely on Windows Update to get updates -- on April 11th, 2017.
Microsoft has now published evaluation versions of the new Windows 10 Enterprise 1703 version of Windows 10. Designed for evaluation by Enterprise customers, downloads are available to any Microsoft Account owner.
Microsoft notes on Technet:
This is evaluation software that is designed for IT professionals interested in trying Windows 10 Enterprise on behalf of their organization. We do not recommend that you install this evaluation if you are not an IT professional or are not professionally managing corporate networks or devices
Note: you need to sign in to a Microsoft Account, and fill out a registration form before downloads are provided. Most fields of the sign up form are optional however.
You can download the ISO image from the Evaluation Center website. The following downloads are provided on the site:
The LTSB version is the Long Term Servicing Branch version of Windows 10. Version 1703 of Windows 10 Enterprise is provided in the following languages:
English (United States), English (Great Britain), Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Traditional), French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Spanish, Portuguese (Brazil)
Microsoft suggests to go through the system requirements page first before the evaluation version is downloaded.
The minimum requirements are:
The "additional requirements" listing highlights what is required to make use of some features of the operation system. For instance, to use the operating system's touch capabilities, a multi-touch screen is required.
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