How to download the latest ISO version of Windows 10

If you want to download the latest version of Windows 10 in ISO format from Microsoft itself, then follow the easy guide below. Applies to both 32-bit and 64-bit architectures.

As you may know, in addition to several minor updates, Microsoft releases two major Windows 10 updates each year. These major releases add new features and options to the operating system. Currently, Windows 10 Fall Creators (version 1709) is the latest version of Windows 10. The Fall Creators update (codenamed Redstone 3) was released in October 2017. Microsoft is expected to release the next major update in April 2018.

In this guide we will show you the most appropriate way to download the latest official version of Windwos 10 from the parent company, namely Microsoft itself. Let's see how.

Check your current version of Windows 10.
You can easily check the version of Windows 10 installed on your computer by typing the word Winver.exe in the Windows Home menu (pressing the Start key) and then pressing the Enter key.

Download the latest version of Windows 10 from Microsoft
You can use the official Media Creation Tool to download the latest ISO 10. You can download the 32 bit or 64 bit architecture or even both types.

Step 1: Open your Browser and go on this Microsoft page and click the "Download Tool Now" button to download the Media Creator Tool.

Step 2: Run the media builder on your computer. When the following screen appears, click the Accept button.

Step 3: On the "What do you want to do?" Screen, click Create Installation Media. Click the Next button to continue.

Step 4: Next, the "Choose Language, Architecture and Version" screen will appear. Uncheck "Use the suggested options for this computer", then select the language, architecture and version you want to download.

Remember that Microsoft connects the Home and Pro versions of Windows 10 to a single ISO. The program will automatically install the version based on the already installed version 10 or the Windows license key located in the BIOS.
Click the Next button.

Step 5: Finally, on the next page select the "ISO File" and then select a location to save that ISO file. Click the Save button to start downloading the ISO image file.


Depending on your internet connection speed, downloading the ISO can take minutes to hours.

Once the ISO is lowered, you will see the following screen. Click Finish to close the media builder.

You can now use Windows 10 ISO to create a bootable USB stick or a bootable DVD.

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