If you need to install or reinstall Windows 10, you can use this page to download a disc image (ISO file) to create your own installation media using either a USB flash drive or a DVD.
Among all the download sites, other that Microsoft itself, Windowiso is the best place to download Windows 10 in an easy, fast and secure way.
You can download original Windows 10 ISO files (Copy of DVDs) in just a single click from our high-speed download server, without any product key.
Windows ISO Download
Windowiso.net is an unofficial mirror to download Windows 10 ISO files for free. You can get unaltered Microsoft Windows ISO images with the latest updates. Choose between editions when installing Windows 10 on a PC. This Windows 10 full version ISO includes Windows 10 Home, Pro, Enterprise and Education version.
Windows 10 October 2020 Update (Version 20H2)
The latest version of Windows 10 is version 2004 (aka 20H2), released on October 20, 2020. Microsoft releases new major updates every six months. This version includes all the previous updates released by Microsoft for Windows 10.
Install Windows 10 From ISO File
To install Windows 10 ISO file you have to create a bootable USB/Flash drive. After creating bootable USB, install and activate the Windows with your original Windows 10 product key.
Create Windows 10 installation media
To get started, you will first need to have a licence to install Windows 10. You can then download and run the media creation tool. For more information on how to use the tool, see the instructions below.
Where Can I
Download Windows 10 for free?
All the editions of Windows 10 are available for free download on Windowiso server.
These ISO files are untouched and malware-free in 32bit (x86) and 64bit (x64) version. You can download in a secure and much faster than any torrent download. The ISO files that we are providing are not available on sites like Filehippo, Softonic, and Cnet.
Windowiso has the original Official Windows 10 ISO images which are also available from the Official Microsoft site. Download Windows using safe and direct links to high-speed file servers.
Download – Original Full ISO Images
All the latest Windows 10 editions by Microsoft are available on our site, Download the right version for your PC by clicking the links below:
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Install Windows 10 From ISO File
After downloading Windows 10 ISO file you need to create a bootable USB Flash drive or a bootable DVD to install the operating system into your computer. For this, you need to download Rufus tool or Wintoflash tool from their official sites.
After downloading one of the above-mentioned tools just follow the steps in the guide how to create a bootable USB from Windows ISO file.
Follow these steps to download Windows 10 ISO
- This product requires a valid product activation key in order to be downloaded. Enter the 25-character product key that came with your product into the field below. Your product key is located inside the box that the Windows DVD came in, on the DVD or in the confirmation email that shows you purchased Windows.
- Once the product key has been verified, select a product language from the menu.
- Select either the 32-bit or 64-bit version for download. If both are available, you will receive download links for both. Not sure which one? See the FAQ page for more information on how to determine which version(s) you need.
Windows 10 system requirements
If you want to run Windows 10 on your PC, here’s what it takes:
- 1 gigahertz (GHz) or faster 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64) processor*
- 1 gigabyte (GB) RAM (32-bit) or 2 GB RAM (64-bit)
- 16 GB available hard disk space (32-bit) or 20 GB (64-bit)
- DirectX 9 graphics device with WDDM 1.0 or higher driver
Product functionality and graphics may vary based on your system configuration. Some features may require advanced or additional hardware.
Frequently Asked Questions
The product key is located inside the product packaging, on the receipt or confirmation page for a digital purchase or in a confirmation e-mail that shows you purchased Windows. If you purchased a digital copy from Microsoft Store, you can locate your product key in your Account under Digital Content.
The most common issue is the use of a product key for a product not currently supported by the site such as an Upgrade key, an MSDN key, product keys for pre-installed media or an Enterprise edition key. For access to MSDN products or Enterprise edition visit the MSDN Portal or the Volume Licensing Service Center. Upgrades and pre-installed media are not currently supported by the tools on the site.
Yes, but you’ll need your product key. Go to the Academic Products download page and select the version of Windows to begin.
The media creation tool (Download Tool Now button) will not run on a Mac device. You can still download an ISO file with one of these options: Windows 8.1 or Windows 10. This will give you a web-based download option that should run on most browsers.
Before using operating system copies from this site for install, re-install or recovery on devices with pre-installed operating systems, see your device manufacturer or reseller for the customized drivers and applications specific to your machine. Using operating systems copied from this site for install, re-install or recovery may void your support agreement with your manufacturer or reseller. Any drivers or programs that were installed by the device manufacturer or reseller may be removed during installation.
The terms 32-bit and 64-bit refer to the way a computer’s processor (also called a CPU) handles information. The 64-bit version of Windows handles large amounts of random access memory (RAM) more effectively than a 32-bit system. Not all devices can run the 64-bit versions of Windows.
Right click on This PC or Computer in the navigation pane and select Properties.
In the System information screen, find the System type entry. This will indicate what type of processor your device has.
After you’ve created the installation media, do one of the following to install Windows:
1. Connect the USB flash drive to the PC where you want to install Windows, browse to it in File Explorer, and then open the setup.exe file. Follow the instructions in setup.
2. If your PC is set up to boot from a USB drive, connect the USB flash drive to the PC where you want to install Windows, restart (reboot) it, and then follow the instructions in setup.
3. If your PC is set up to boot from the DVD drive, insert the DVD into your PC, restart (reboot) it, and then follow the instructions in setup.
You can use the ISO file to create bootable media for installation or recovery. You can also install Windows on your current device by opening the ISO file, selecting the Setup and following the instructions.
To create bootable media such as a bootable USB drive or DVD, you will need an ISO burning or mounting software. We recommend always using a blank USB or blank DVD because contents may be deleted when creating a bootable image.
If you are creating media from a Windows 8.1 machine, you can also right click the ISO file and select either Mount to mount the image to the current device or a USB drive or select Burn disc image to burn a DVD (this requires a DVD burner and a blank DVD).
If you are creating a DVD from a Windows 7 machine, you can right click the ISO file and select Burn disc image or Open with, then Windows Disc Image Burner to burn a DVD (this requires a DVD burner and a blank DVD). This DVD can be used to install media and is bootable.
If you are creating media from a Windows 7 machine, you may need to use a separate burning or mounting software such as the Windows 7 USB/DVD Download Tool. Before using this tool, be sure to read the Information and Instructions. You can also right click the ISO file and select Burn disc image to burn a DVD (this requires a DVD burner and a blank DVD).
You can also visit Microsoft Community to research other options.
To use the bootable media, make sure the device you will be installing on is set to boot from a USB or DVD. Then connect the USB or insert the DVD, restart (reboot) the device and then follow the instructions in setup.
The media from this site can be used to create bootable USB drives and DVDs which will allow you to access recovery tools.