В новой версии будет. Office_2016_ISO_16.0.6001.1033_10.14.2015-21.05.48
In my opinion, in the name of the folder and in the name of the ISO is important to have also the architecture (x86 or x64 or x86-x64) and the language (es: it-IT), while the word "ISO" does not seem relevant.
"Current Branch (RTM)"
"Insiders Branch 1 build"
"Insiders Branch 2 build"
"Business Branch build"
Скачиваются с помощью wget.
If the wget -N (time-stamping check) is used, only new files are downloaded, saving time and net traffic. In this case should change the name of the folder, right? (version number, date and time).
Is there a check if, by mistake, I try to update a version of Office (eg: 2013), already downloaded, with a different version (eg: 2016)?
Is it possible to integrate a version of Office (eg: 2013 x86), already downloaded, with a version that differs in architecture (eg: 2013 x64)? In this case should change the name of the folder (version number/date/time for each architecture or, if the version number differs between the two architectures, should be mandatory also the upgrade).