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Direct Download For Windows 10 ISO Files

Whether you're planning to perform a clean Installation of Windows on your computer, or Install an operating system on your virtual machine, a Windows ISO file Is needed to carry out the task. It must also be In a bootable ISO format. Locating one on the Internet In It's original form, can sometimes be a difficult task. In this tutorial, I will show you how to download an official Windows 10 ISO file with a few simple steps.

There are countless online sources that contain links to download the Windows 10 operating system, but unless It's via the official website, you never know for sure If they are what they claim to be. Even navigating to Microsoft's site, can be a frustrating task. There's links that redirect from one page to another, and others that require a registered account to access the download page.

To simplify the process, I will demonstrate how to download a Windows 10 bootable ISO file directly from Microsoft's website with Incredible ease. To achieve this, I will use a neat little tool named Windows 10 ISO Download Tool, that does all the hard work for you. It's completely legit, and extremely simple.

I have provided the download links for the tool, at the end of this article. So without further ado, let's rip Into this tutorial.

Step One:
Once you've downloaded the tool, execute It and you will see the following window.

Step Two:
Next, scroll down and select the edition of Windows 10 you wish to download. Depending on what Microsoft Is working with at the time, there may be more options than what's listed below.

Step Three:
Once you've selected the edition, click Confirm to move forward.

Step Four:
Now you need to select your language via the drop-down menu. For the purpose of this tutorial, I've chosen English. Again, hit Confirm.

Step Five:
You will now see a couple of options, namely the 64 bit and 32 bit architectures. If your hardware Is compatible, I strongly suggest selecting 64-bit Download as arrowed.

Last Step:
Upon clicking the 64-bit Download, as you can see, a window has executed from Microsoft with the respective Windows 10 ISO file. Hit Save, and navigate to a directory of your choice. The download process will now begin.

Final Thoughts:
Although there are a number of steps In this tutorial, believe It or not, It takes less than a minute to download the Windows 10 ISO file. The good thing about using this tool, Is that It automates the process for you, by navigating to each web page In the background. Do remember, that this Is an official download from Microsoft so rest assured, you're In good hands.

Use any of the links below, to download the Windows 10 ISO Download Tool.

Direct Link Mega:
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Direct Link AnonFiles:
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Direct Link Mediafire:
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Direct Link Solidfiles:
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