Microsoft has launched a website where you can download the most recent Windows 10 ISO files or Disc Image files. All files have been updated with Windows 10 Anniversary Update.

These Windows 10 ISO files are used for new installations, re-installations and upgrades. As soon as you have downloaded the ISO file, you can use to create your own installation media by using either a USB flash drive or an empty DVD.

Before beginning the download, please review the following:

 

- You may want to first make a backup of data to an external drive before continuing the upgrade process.

 

- Be sure to have a Windows login password ready.

 

- Be sure that you have an adequate internet connection.

 

- Ensure you have adequate space available on your storage media or hard drive.

 

- Make sure you have an empty USB or DVD with at least 4 GB of available space.

 

- Check if your computer has a 32 or 64 bit processor.

 

- Check what language you are currently using and download the ISO file for the same language.

 

- Check what Windows version you are using and download the same version. The option is available in the drop-down menu.

 

The editions of Windows 10 that are currently available are Windows 10, Windows 10 N and Windows 1 Single Language. Users with volume licenses, TechNet and MSDN subscribers, Academicia and Windows Insider users may click the “More download” button to go to the appropriate subpages with links.

As soon as you have taken care of the these details, use the following link:

 

 

 

and select what Windows 10 ISO file you wish to download – then click Confirm to begin the download.

You will be asked to select the edition, language and 32 bit or 64 bit processor before the download begins. The download links you create are valid for 24 hours from the time of creation.