1. y-ish's Avatar
    I skipped 15014 last week since from user reports it seemed to have a few random bugs and 15007 was working OK for me. Does skipping an insider build equal a larger download? I don't have anything else downloading on my network however it's been running for almost 4 hours and is currently at 66%. It is a wireless connection however so have all the previous ones as this is on a SP3.
    Bill Kiarsis likes this.
    01-27-2017 11:54 PM
  2. Bill Kiarsis's Avatar
    Same here, only I am stuck at 23%.
    01-30-2017 12:03 PM
  3. aximtreo's Avatar
    My guess is that if you skip on update, the next one is combined with the previous one. Hopefully some here knows for sure.
    01-30-2017 12:42 PM
  4. systematicchaos's Avatar
    No, i dont think so it would be a larger download. It would just download the latest build with all changes from the previous build as well(which is normally around 4.6gb i guess). It isn't the same for cumulative updates though.
    01-30-2017 12:49 PM

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