The new OOBE process for Windows 10 latest build which is 1703 is very clean and easy to use. Here are some screen shots of the new OOBE setup.
Step 2: Once the basics are done you will get the network configuration. If you have a laptop it might request a connection to SSID.
Step 3: Sign into an account to get started. Now, if you don’t have a Microsoft live account to log into Windows 10 you can choose “Domain join instead” this will allow you to create a local account within Windows 10.
Step 4: Is all about enabling Cortana. This option is really up to you, but I normally don’t use Cortana so a big NO for this process.
Step 5: Very important, so pay attention on all the privacy settings because by default many of the privacy settings that we don’t want enable are enable by default.
Step 6: Once the privacy settings are configured you click on Accept and you’re done. Let Windows 10 continue it pre-configuration process.