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RajithR, Microsoft support engineer, published the expiration date of the Windows 10 Technical Previews license in an article about Microsoft Answers. He summarized the expiration dates of each version of Windows 10 Technical Preview published by Microsoft in a table. Windows 10 Technical Preview issues warnings two weeks before the expiration date. Once this time has elapsed, it is restarted every 3 hours. Your system will not boot after 2 weeks.
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License expiration dateWindows stops booting
He mentioned, Windows 10 issues warnings about 2 weeks before a build license expires, prompting you to update the latest version of the technical preview. If you receive such process warnings, Windows Update may not automatically install the latest version of Windows 10 Technical Preview. You must then download the latest ISO file from Microsoft, mount and run setup.exe.
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Once the compilation has expired, your computer will automatically restart every 3 hours .
The computer no longer starts , 2 weeks after the license expires. In this case, you must download the ISO file from another computer and then transfer it to another installation media. After that, you must boot your computer from the installation media to install the latest version of Windows 10 Technical Preview.
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