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I was given these links by microsoft support to download the windows 10 ISO file for install.
I have verified with M$ support that they CAN be shared with others, they DO require a key to activate, I am only providing these links, because as we all know, it CAN get tuff finding a direct ISO link for DL, also for those who rather not use the "media creation tool" I have also already verified this is okay with TPU senior moderators, as they are only links to iso, and not pirated.

*clicking link initiates the Download Prompt, so be warned*
it Seems these links have expired? o_O i dunno, Sorry

ISO LINK
https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windows10iso/

*Removed Dropbox link, they were complaining about over usage of bandwidth or something*** o_O



"ISO link" allows you to choose your Version etc, the generated DL links expire in 24 hours TESTED.

Dropbox link Does NOT require account, just click link @ bottom of Prompt window.


Again these were provided by the Microsoft "answer desk" they are NOT free copies, or pirated, I am providing the links simply as a convenience for those looking for ISO files for windows 10 32 or 64 Bit.

Hope people find it useful.
 
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Awesome, when I go to Upgrade to 10 (if Ever) I will keep this in mind. It needs a sticky
 
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You da man again jboyd. :cool:

I'll second eidy on the sticky.
 

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Awesome, when I go to Upgrade to 10 (if Ever) I will keep this in mind. It needs a stickie
There will be newer versions in the future but ofcourse they could be posted in this thread when they are available.
 
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There will be newer versions in the future but ofcourse they could be posted in this thread when they are available.
no im pretty sure Microsoft is done. NO MORE WINDOWS UPDATES!!!!:laugh:

copying the address shows this as the 7/2016 Multi version, hence the "1607" version #. aka 2016/07 . thats the way M$ applies theyre versionm numbers, to include the Month and year

I assume newer ones will be released, but i think this is good to have either way, you never know, maybe someone will want an older OS Version o_O ive seen weirder things
 

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no im pretty sure Microsoft is done. NO MORE WINDOWS UPDATES!!!!:laugh:

copying the address shows this as the 7/2016 Multi version, hence the "1607" version #. aka 2016/07 . thats the way M$ applies theyre versionm numbers, to include the Month and year
This is 1607, so as I said, I'm sure there will be newer Windows 10 ISO versions in the near future. :)
 
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This is 1607, so as I said, I'm sure there will be newer Windows 10 ISO versions in the near future. :)
I know I was just making a joke never mind

Sometimes they don't come across as well as they do in real life when you're using text

I do wish that was a different way to download them though because through the browser it's like an eternity for that 4 GB to come down :-(
 
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Your Very welcome

It occurred to me as I was posting this thread, does anyone even use 32-bit OSs any longer? I suppose maybe in a virtual machine but as a main OS unless you go with old hardware kind of tough to find something with less than 2 GB of RAM, where is it 3 GB that 32-bit OSs see?
 
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32-bit W10 on a older machines with 1-3Gb of RAM is hot stuff compared to any other Windows OS.

I do wish that was a different way to download them though because through the browser it's like an eternity for that 4 GB to come down :-(
I was getting 100kbps and 10 hour estimated time.
 
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32-bit W10 on a older machines with 1-3Gb of RAM is hot stuff compared to any other Windows OS.



I was getting 100kbps and 10 hour estimated time.
i get around 5-10Mb/s , but its still LONG :(
 

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I wish they had just put both the 32 and 64-bit in the same ISO like you can get with the Media Creation Tool.

But these are nice for people that don't want to use the media creation tool.

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I wish they had just put both the 32 and 64-bit in the same ISO like you can get with the Media Creation Tool.

But these are nice for people that don't want to use the media creation tool.

Thanks.
i think the idea was so people who would only want either or, would outweight the ones that would want to have both, and that being the situation, those that only wanted one, wouldnt have to download 8+ Gb's of ISO file, of which 50% they wouldnt even want.
 

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i think the idea was so people who would only want either or, would outweight the ones that would want to have both, and that being the situation, those that only wanted one, wouldnt have to download 8+ Gb's of ISO file, of which 50% they wouldnt even want.
The Media Creation Tool lets you pick 32-bit or 64-bit or both. In fact it defaults to downloading 64-bit only, you have to manually select both. And going for the option of having both doesn't double the ISO file size. It only adds about 2GB to the file size.
 
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The Media Creation Tool lets you pick 32-bit or 64-bit or both. In fact it defaults to downloading 64-bit only, you have to manually select both. And going for the option of having both doesn't double the ISO file size. It only adds about 2GB to the file size.
So it seems to me that you have a solution for both 32 & 64 bit, the media creation tool. I'm sorry my post wasn't exactly what you wanted but as long as one person finds it useful it was worth my time.

I can't exactly say why Microsoft provided that two different links but you may be better off asking them. As I'm just posting it here as goodwill .

Either way I don't understand what the difficulty is including two links. I would rather have that, then have to download two extra gigabytes as you corrected me. As the 4 GB takes quite a while on its own. Especially because as you mentioned you had the media creation tool so I suppose it might be redundant to provide the links to a combo download. Also I specifically asked Microsoft for direct ISO links since I didn't want to use the media creation tool


Now that I think of it, you might actually have luck contacting Microsoft and asking them for a link to both 32 and 64 bit version is within a single URL. It was fairly painless for me to do it , if they have it I'm sure they'll give it to you without any difficulty.
 
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Your Very welcome

It occurred to me as I was posting this thread, does anyone even use 32-bit OSs any longer? I suppose maybe in a virtual machine but as a main OS unless you go with old hardware kind of tough to find something with less than 2 GB of RAM, where is it 3 GB that 32-bit OSs see?
Any rig that uses 3-4 gigs or less.
 
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based off of these Numbers, it would appear i was WAY off on the numbers. however these results are very dated.

 

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Hey, just saw you got a sticky! :clap:
 

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Great! i got a licence key for pro, never looked up for a iso to install a newer copy on my new upcoming build, thanks Esteban! truly appreciated!
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Hmm, when I clicked on the links, I get sites unreachable. :confused:

Also, quick question - anyone know of a good tool to make a bootable USB from ISO?
 

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So it seems to me that you have a solution for both 32 & 64 bit, the media creation tool. I'm sorry my post wasn't exactly what you wanted but as long as one person finds it useful it was worth my time.

I can't exactly say why Microsoft provided that two different links but you may be better off asking them. As I'm just posting it here as goodwill .

Either way I don't understand what the difficulty is including two links. I would rather have that, then have to download two extra gigabytes as you corrected me. As the 4 GB takes quite a while on its own. Especially because as you mentioned you had the media creation tool so I suppose it might be redundant to provide the links to a combo download. Also I specifically asked Microsoft for direct ISO links since I didn't want to use the media creation tool


Now that I think of it, you might actually have luck contacting Microsoft and asking them for a link to both 32 and 64 bit version is within a single URL. It was fairly painless for me to do it , if they have it I'm sure they'll give it to you without any difficulty.
That is the other thing that is odd to me. Downloading the iso with both versions through the media creation tool took about half the time it took to download just 64-bit ISO from the link. But after the download is done, the Media Creation Tool loads the CPU to 100% for a few minutes before it finishes. It isn't until the CPU is loaded down that the ISO file actually starts to get big in File Explorer. So whatever compression they use must be really good and heavy, because I think the actual download through the Media Creation Tool is a lot smaller than the ISO from the link.
 
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Hmm, when I clicked on the links, I get sites unreachable. :confused:

Also, quick question - anyone know of a good tool to make a bootable USB from ISO?
all you need to do is just unzip the iso to a usb drive fat32 iirc

if thats wrong, then the media creation tool works it out for You, just select the "create install media for another PC"

That is the other thing that is odd to me. Downloading the iso with both versions through the media creation tool took about half the time it took to download just 64-bit ISO from the link. But after the download is done, the Media Creation Tool loads the CPU to 100% for a few minutes before it finishes. It isn't until the CPU is loaded down that the ISO file actually starts to get big in File Explorer. So whatever compression they use must be really good and heavy, because I think the actual download through the Media Creation Tool is a lot smaller than the ISO from the link.
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Downloads are not working anymore.