http://www.winbeta.org/news/all-pre-release-windows-10-insider-preview-product-keys-have-been-deactivated-july-29th-nearsMicrosoft has deactivate all of the pre-release keys given to Insiders for the Windows 10 Insider program. Basically, this means If someone doesn't have the Insider Preview currently installed on their PC, they will not be able to do a fresh install of Windows 10 Insider Preview and activate it with a pre-release key, even if it's build 10240.
Not deactivating the Builds. That is not the case.I 'm fairly certain they will give a few months for everyone to switch over before deactivating the Builds. The only thing I remember reading about them shutting off, was the pre-release access to the store.
I don't believe you are talking about Insider Preview (aka Win 10 Technical Preview).Good evening,
I was sent the email with my key and now i can't find the email, is there anyway that i can get this again ??
Build as in one build. And yes they will be deactivated. The updates is what will keep the user going on with new builds.In fact, Microsoft givers us the Insider Preview users the option to stay with the preview and continue to receive new builds as they get released by Microsoft.
MS is not shutting down the Previews after July 29th. It will keep going.
I get what you are saying now. It's not the activation itself being disabled but the keys to activate.
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