How to Download Windows 10 ISO File (32-bit and 64-bit): Starting today, Microsoft has officially released the latest version of its Windows OS named as Windows 10 for public release. As promised by Microsoft the Windows 7 / Windows 8 / 8.1 genuine users will be able to upgrade their computer to Windows 10 as a free upgrade. Now, there are two ways through which you can install Windows 10 on PC. The first method is directly upgrading to Windows 10 from current Windows 7 / 8 /8.1 as in-place upgrade. The second method is to perform a clean install of Windows 10. To perform clean install of Windows 10 you would need Windows 10 ISO file, which can be downloaded from Microsoft’s server. In today’s round we will show you how to download Windows 10 ISO File 32 – bit and 64 – bit from Microsoft.
Unlike previous version of Windows, you cannot download the Windows 10 ISO file from digital river or from any other server officially. Microsoft has stopped providing ISO file directly to prevent piracy of its software. However, you can still download the Windows 10 ISO file using the Windows Media Creation tool. All you have to do is download and run the Media creation tool and download the Windows 10 ISO file instead of upgrading your PC. Here is how to do it.
Download Windows 10 ISO File (32-bit and 64-bit)
Here is a quick look at the steps you need to follow to get Windows 10 ISO File from Microsoft using Windows Media Creation tool.
Step 1: Download the Media Creation Tool
Download Media Creation Tool from the below link based on your current Windows version.
If you are not sure what version of Windows you are running, go to Control Panel > System and Security > Under System look at the value from System type: It should show 32-bit or 64-bit version. Based on that download media creation tool from the above given link.
Step 2: Run the Tool
Once you have downloaded the tool, run it. Next, you will see two option “Upgrade this PC now” and “Create installation media for another PC”. Select “Create installation media for another PC”.
Next, you have to select, your preferred language, Windows 10 edition ( Windows Home / Pro), and Windows version (32 or 64 – bit). You can only install Windows 10 Home if you have Windows 7 / 8 / 8.1 Home installed, and the Windows 10 pro will be only available for Windows 7 / 8 / 8.1 pro users.
Once selected, click on OK and the Windows 10 ISO file download should begin. The Windows 10 ISO File is around 3GB in Size, so make sure that you have reliable internet connection and enough storage. The downloading time could be anywhere from minutes to hours depending on your internet speed. While the ISO file is being downloaded to your PC, you can continue to work if you have any else wait till the ISO download completes. Once done you can proceed with creating a bootable USB Drive of Windows 10 using the ISO file and perform clean install of Windows 10.