Windows 10: Download Windows 10 ISO File
UPDATE: Windows 10 Insider Preview build 14931 ISO files now available to download using OPTION THREE.
If you are already in the Windows Insider Preview program you can skip downloading the MC Tool entirely by visiting the Insider page link in the More Options once you arrive at the download page for the MC Tool itself. You will likely need to sign in all over again however in order to arrive at the download page however.
The 931 along with 393 options are the two presently being seen at the insider site for direct download. Once at the Insider page you can then use the Advanced options to arrive at a 3rd page for selection of the edition. Build edition, Enterprise edition, Education edition, Home Single language edition(32bit Windows only), and Home China edition. Once you hit the Confirm button you go through the language selection before seeing the 32bit and 64bit download links.
In the event you have any problems with the MC Tool as some were reporting a month ago this will make for an alternative download source.
Thank you !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
The Windows Media Creation tool was giving me no end in headaches. Now I can get the ISO that I paid for. Finally I can do a clean install for my new gaming PC that I am building.
That's good to hear! DarkLordGig With the large number of downloads for both updates and Insider Preview builds on multiple machines as well as VMs no less I was finding that there were problems where a 3rd party option would be needed at times. As you can see the default download option is for "opening with..." where most will generally prefer to click on the "Save File" option automatically.
Fortunately I was able to manually write over existing USB Keys when the updated form of the MC Tool would no longer create them fresh for an unknown reason. That was for the main build primarily however as that as well as the 10 laptops(one bought with 10, others recently upgraded) will be running the Redstone 1 Anniversary update builds on each.
Is the downloaded iso through option one is AIO? i mean will it contain enterprise version. Because at MS page it only asks for windows edition like Windows 10, Windows 10 N and Windows 10 Single Language.
I'm afraid that the Enterprise edition is not included in the downloads for option 1. However, you can download W10 Enterprise at the link below.
Windows 10 Enterprise | TechNet Evaluation Center
First thing to point here would be if you are not already having signed up for an MS/TechNet account there that will be first on the agenda before you are able to download anything from the Evaluation center.
Please sign in to download Windows 10 Enterprise. If you have not registered before, you will be asked to do so.
Windows 10 Insider Preview build 14986 ISO download available via OPTION THREE now.
Announcing Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 15002 for PC
Microsoft is working on making Installation media (ISOs) available for Build 15002 in the next week for Windows Insiders to more easily try out this experience.
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Thanks for this forum.
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