There are many ways (we have reported from time to time) to download the official ISO images of Windows 10. Today we will see a PowerShell Script called Fido that will help you easily download any Windows ISO you are looking for.
Fido script is included in the application code Rufus and is the tool used to download Windows ISO images directly from Microsoft's official servers.
How to use Fido
Visit her GitHub page and right-click the Fido.ps1 file and select "Save Link As" to download it to your computer.
Of course you can open Script in your browser and copy paste to create your own script with notepad + +.
When you have the script on your computer do not try to open it with a double click, because it will probably open with notepad. Right-click on it and select "Run with PowerShell". or open a PowerShell window and open the script with drag h drop.
First you will see a "Please Wait ..." window that automatically closes after a few seconds and opens a new one called Fido - Retail Windows ISO Downloader.
You can download ISO of Windows 8.1 or Windows 10. Select what you want to download and click Continue. The tool will show you different versions of Windows to choose from. Select the one you want and click Continue.
The script will prompt you to select the version you want to download. If you want to download a Windows 10 ISO you should choose between Home, Pro or Education. Then, you need to select the desired language and then the architecture (x64 or x86).
Press the download button. A new tab will open in your browser and start downloading the ISO image you selected.
Windows 10 LTSB ISO is not supported by Fido.