Just one comment about clean install:As Tim points out.
Windows 10 is so robust in its' features and functionality now that .....
For simple printing, to your wireless or USB printer, it's hardly necessary to do anything.
In some instances, in order to get the full functionality or AIOs (print, fax, scan, etc.) it may be necessary to install the full featured driver package.
Just completed yet another custom clean install (from ISO) of the latest insider preview.
Didn't pay any attention to the fact that my wireless Epson WF-3640 was turned on (sometimes it's not)
Checked Devices and Printers and it was already there automagically.
I don't particularly like the port it uses for default as all my network printer have statically assigned IP addresses but that's an easy fix.
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