Download Windows 10 ISO 64-bit

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Windows 10 ISO 64-bit and 32-bit

It’s time to download another Windows 10 ISO image! With less than four weeks to go for the official launch of Windows 10 RTM, Microsoft has released Windows 10 build 10166 ISO 64-bit and 32-bit, and interested users can now download the latest Windows 10 build for free.

While PC users running previous builds of Windows 10 can upgrade to the latest version without having to download the ISO image file, those of you who would like to clean install and those of you want to test drive Windows 10 can now download Windows 10 64-bit ISO or 32-bit ISO.

Windows 10 ISO download 64-bit free

Windows 10 features

For the uninitiated, following are the highlights of Windows 10 operating system:

# New Start menu

# Virtual desktop

# Digital personal assistant Cortana

# Continnum feature to automatically switch between PC and tablet modes

# Microsoft Edge (new web browser)

Note that, in addition to above mentioned features, there are hundreds of features to make your computing experience better.

If you’re installing for the first time on your PC, before downloading Windows 10 ISO 64-bit or 32-bit,  you might want to know the minimum hardware requirements for Windows 10.

Windows 10 system requirements

Processor: 1 GHz or faster

RAM: Minimum of 1 GB for 32-bit, 2 GB for 64-bit

Hard disk space: 16 GB for 32-bit, 20 GB for 64-bit

Graphics card: DirectX 9 or later with WDDM 1.0 driver

Display: 800×600 resolution

Download Windows 10 ISO 64-bit and 32-bit

Visit this page of Microsoft to download Windows 10 ISO, both 64-bit and 32-bit. After download Windows 10 64-bit ISO or 32-bit ISO image on your PC, you need to create bootable DVD or bootable USB of Windows 10. Boot from the bootable DVD/USB, follow simple on-screen instructions, and when asked to enter the product key, visit our Windows 10 product key page to get the product key, and activate your Windows 10.



  1. Richard Fabish says

    Where can I get the promised full install CD image. I already installed Windows 10 on one computer (an Acer notebook) using the “Get Windows 10” process on one of my computers, but I still want to have the official full install CD – not one that will expire in a few months.

    The reason: I have already had problems with the one I installed on the Acer. It worked for a couple of days, but now, when I boot I get the Acer logo and then the Windows logo, but it hangs at that point with a screen that is completely blank except for the mouse pointer.

    I suspect that the Windows 10 automatic maintenance process updated my monitor driver with a new, not properly tested, one and, when Windows wants to display the login screen, it can’t. The only way I can find to go into Safe mode if you can’t log in involves using using a windows install disk.

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